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At Weeks and Irvine, we have just one goal: to remain the go-to law firm for existing and potential real estate clients in South Carolina. Our commitment to our clients is deep and well established throughout the Tri-County (Charleston, Berkeley, and Dorchester), and the Beaufort County area and is demonstrated by our long-term relationships with our clients and with many of the area’s top real estate brokerages and lenders.

The law firm of Weeks and Irvine, LLC offers experienced representation to clients ranging from the buyers and sellers of residential property

Experienced Legal Representation

The law firm of Weeks and Irvine, LLC offers experienced representation to clients ranging from the buyers and sellers of residential property to some of the largest developers and homebuilders in the region and country.

We focus on real estate law, and we have done so since the founding of our firm. With decades of real estate legal experience, we can provide knowledgeable assistance in a wide range of property-related issues.

Areas of Practice

Resolving Your Real Estate Legal Challenges Throughout South Carolina

Weeks & Irvine, LLC, serves clients throughout the Tri-County area (Charleston, Berkeley and Dorchester) and the Beaufort County area. We operate seven offices for our clients’ convenience. We can also accommodate requests to conduct closings at locations outside the office, and we serve clients across the state.

Client Testimonials

Strategic, Focused Real Estate Law Legal Assistance in the Charleston Area

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    I was here last week for a mortgage closing. My RE agent was already there, and after a few minutes of chit chat in the lobby, we were invited in to the closing room. Nice chairs and a big table with a window view of Orleans Rd. Closing was as smooth as a closing can be, with paperwork laid out and prepared for signing. Docume...

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    I’m a licensed agent in SC. Weeks and Irvine LLC in North Charleston and all their offices, have always been at the very top of my recommendation for all my clients both buyers and sellers. Mark Weeks has always returned my calls for any questions or concerns I have ever had. His team has always demonstrated professional an...

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    Being an investor in the state of South Carolina and I have closed over 35 deals with mr. Mark Weeks and This attorney firm has bent backwards for me and has gone the extra mile. They are always reachable if there are questions needing answers. They don’t charge me for answering questions pertaining to getting the deal close...

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    I used the firm for a real estate closing. They were professional and friendly. I highly recommend them.

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    Love the offices of Weeks and Irvine. They are always on top of your closing from beginning to end. They are extremely helpful with all your questions and go upon your expectations.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Before anyone can make a real estate purchase it’s necessary to perform a title search on the property. This provides some assurance that the person selling the home has legal rights to the property and that it has no remaining issues that can prevent the new owner from acquiring the house.

Some of the common issues that title search struggle to reveal are: illegal documents, errors in documents, forgeries, boundary disputes, missing heirs, unknown files, and others. Weeks and Irvine, LLC has experience and is ready to provide you with the legal representation you need to handle any of your real estate transactions.

It is a protection for real estate owners and lenders against financial loss or damage to a property. The damage can include liens, encumbrances or defects in the title of the property. Each title insurance policy has it’s own terms, conditions and exclusions. You must be familiar with these points and understand them in order to benefit from the protection your title search insurance policy.

Most insurance policies offer protection for events that could potentially happen in the future such as car accidents, work accidents, unknown health issues. The payment is performed monthly or annually. A title insurance policy is a protection against events that happened in the past for a specific real estate property and the people who owned it. This type of insurance is paid as a one-time premium.

Before anyone can make a real estate purchase it’s necessary to perform a title search on the property. This provides some assurance that the person selling the home has legal rights to the property and that it has no remaining issues that can prevent the new owner from acquiring the house.

Some of the common issues that title search struggle to reveal are: illegal documents, errors in documents, forgeries, boundary disputes, missing heirs, unknown files, and others. Weeks and Irvine, LLC has experience and is ready to provide you with the legal representation you need to handle any of your real estate transactions.

It is a protection for real estate owners and lenders against financial loss or damage to a property. The damage can include liens, encumbrances or defects in the title of the property. Each title insurance policy has it’s own terms, conditions and exclusions. You must be familiar with these points and understand them in order to benefit from the protection your title search insurance policy.

Most insurance policies offer protection for events that could potentially happen in the future such as car accidents, work accidents, unknown health issues. The payment is performed monthly or annually. A title insurance policy is a protection against events that happened in the past for a specific real estate property and the people who owned it. This type of insurance is paid as a one-time premium.

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