Real Estate Law

Amy Cofield and her team provide comprehensive real estate services to clients in South Carolina.

Buying or selling property?
We're here to help.

Whether you're buying or selling a home, or purchasing an investment property or small business storefront, ‚ÄčAmy Cofield and her team are ready to assist you with your real estate closing needs.


Navigating the complexities of real estate transactions to protect your interests and investments.


Providing comprehensive legal support for commercial real estate matters, ensuring favorable outcomes.

Common Questions

Find answers to common questions about the real estate legal process and working with Amy Cofield.

Do I need a real estate attorney?

In most instances, the answer is yes. In accordance with South Carolina State Law, the involvement of an attorney is mandated unless you are making a 100% cash payment for your real estate purchase.

How long does closing take?

The length of the closing process can vary depending on various factors, such as the complexity of the transaction and the responsiveness of all parties involved. On average, it can take anywhere from 30 to 60 days.

What are closing costs?

Closing costs are the fees and expenses associated with the purchase or sale of a property. These can include fees for the loan, title search, appraisal, attorney, and more.

What is title insurance?

Title insurance protects property owners and lenders against any potential claims or legal issues that may arise regarding the ownership of a property such as encroachments, easements, access issues, and liens affecting the property.

What is a title search?

A title search is a process conducted by a real estate attorney or title company to examine public records and verify the legal ownership of a property. It helps identify any potential issues or claims that may affect the property's title.

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Amy Cofield, Attorney in Lexington, SC, specializes in estate planning, real estate, and workers' compensation.