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Closing Attorney in Brazil

conveyance attorney in Brazil

Get professional help from a Brazil closing attorney to ensure a safe and seamless conveyance of properties in Brazil.

White-glove conveyance services

Getting a property purchased or sold in Brazil as a foreigner is not for the faint of heart. Although recent governments have been reducing the red tape and requirements of many in-person activities, buying properties in Brazil is still challenging, risky, and simply too time-consuming for foreigners.

Brazil property lawyers specialize in the conveyance of properties in Brazil and are available to handle the entire process on your behalf. From selecting the property to shipping the keys to you, we make sure all steps are completed diligently and in a safe manner.

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Closing Main Points

While some of our foreign clients like to shop their Brazilian properties through the support of Brazilian realtors, all of them have something in common. They do not want to take risks when it comes to the most important and legal-intensive aspects of the transaction.

A conveyance attorney focuses his work on participating on your behalf on the main steps of the legal transfer of ownership, which include:

  1. Purchase and Sale Agreement
  2. Power of Attorney
  3. Remittance of funds
  4. Participation in the closing (“Escritura”) on your behalf
  5. Securing the deed recording (“Registro de Imóvel”)

At the end of this process, we send a copy of the complete paperwork along with the keys for your property through FedEx to your address.

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During this consultation, you will be able to discuss your needs in detail with a licensed Brazilian attorney while getting solid and actionable advice. Don’t wait. Schedule your consultation now and achieve your goals in Brazil.

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