Evansville Real Estate Attorneys
Transactions and Title Services • Real Estate Litigation
The attorneys of Johnson,Carroll, Norton & Kent P.C. have represented buyers, sellers, owners and tenants in countless real property transactions and in the legal disputes that sometimes arise from real estate deals, title discrepancies and property use.
Our firm has served Evansville and surrounding counties of southwest Indiana since 1952. We handle both residential law and commercial real estate law, and we invite you to contact us today to discuss your pending transaction or legal conflict.
Evansville Real Estate Lawyers
Attorney Thomas Norton brings more than 30 years of legal experience and practices extensively in real estate law. He is also an agent for Attorney’s Title Guaranty Fund, Inc. Mr. Norton and the rest of our legal team can handle the full spectrum of matters relating to residential, commercial and agricultural property:
- Purchase agreements and disclosures
- Real estate financing
- Title search and title insurance
- Real estate closings
- Commercial leases
- Like-kind exchanges (1031 exchanges)
- Tax title proceedings
Mr. Norton also handles certain litigated real estate matters, including breach of contract, title disputes, real estate fraud and mechanic’s lien litigation.
Mineral Law and Surface Rights
Attorney Brian Carroll has a background in mineral law, namely representing property owners in southwestern Indiana in negotiating leases for exploration and production of oil, natural gas or coal. He can protect your financial interests and the integrity of your farmland or other property by working directly with the coil or oil and gas company’s representative.
Real Estate and Title Services in Vanderburgh County
Johnson,Carroll, Norton & Kent P.C. serves individuals and businesses in Vanderburgh, Posey and Warrick counties. Call 812-205-2661 or contact us online to arrange a consultation. Our law office is located in Evansville, three blocks off the Lloyd Expressway, with ample parking and first-floor accessibility.