Schell Law Office, PA excels in working together with realtors, lenders, buyers and sellers to bring about a successful, smooth closing... whether you're buying a home or refinancing the mortgage on a home.
North Carolina is considered an "attorney state" when it comes to residential real estate. This means that licensed attorneys are the only party in a real estate transaction that can explain the legal consequences related to buying a home or closing on a mortgage. In addition, only an attorney may advise homeowners about loan documents, restrictive covenants, surveys, easements, encroachments, and other pitfalls. Only an attorney may explain any legal problem and provide legal guidance as to possible solutions. Ethically bound to put their clients’ best interest before their own, North Carolina attorneys provide multiple services in the closing process including settlement agent, title examiner, document drafter, negotiator, advocate, and legal advisor.
Greg has called Winston-Salem home since 1981. He graduated from Mount Tabor High School in 1988. He graduated from Brigham Young University in 1994 with a Bachelor of Arts in American Studies and a Business Management minor. He graduated from the Wake Forest University School of Law in 1999. After working for a Winston-Salem law firm for a little over a year, he started his own law practice in January 2001. The primary focus of Schell Law Office, PA has been residential real estate law from that time forward.
Greg has been married to Jane Schell (née Manuleleua) since 1994. Together they have three adult children and two grandchildren. When he's not spending time with family, you'll often find him listening to his extensive music collection, searching for a great place to eat or travelling to beautiful places both near and far.