Whitmore Lake, MI asked in Real Estate Law and Stockbroker Fraud for Michigan

Q: My deed was drawn up by a real estate broker who carried a license that was on probation for mishandling of funds

And other money related incidents. Also the notary that notrized my documents had a license that was expired since 2013. (All verfied through Michigan licensing department). Does this affect the validity of any of my paperwork or my deed? Can I file a formal complaint ?

Thank you !

1 Lawyer Answer
David Soble
David Soble
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  • Farmington Hills, MI
  • Licensed in Michigan

A: Real estate sales people should not be drafting conveyance instruments - deeds. You should have your documents reviewed by a real estate attorney.

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