Attorney Israel Piedra Featured in Nationally-Syndicated News Article

Israel F. Piedra
Israel F. Piedra
Attorney Israel Piedra was recently quoted in a nationally-syndicated news article distributed by “Content That Works” (CTW Features). The article discusses the benefits of hiring a real estate attorney to assist in buying or selling a home.

In the article, Attorney Piedra emphasizes the importance of hiring an attorney when selling or purchasing a new home, noting that the biggest benefit is “peace of mind.”

The article was carried in several local publications across the country, including the San Jose Mercury News, the Leader Times in Pennsylvania, and the Fort Collins Coloradoan Real Estate Weekly. You can read the full article in the Yuma Sun here.

For more information on this topic, read this blog post, Reviewing Purchase and Sale Agreements for Nashua Area Home Buyers.

Attorney Piedra focuses his practice on all facets of the civil litigation process, including appeals, as well as real estate matters. If you have a legal issue you’d like to discuss, you can reach him at 603-883-0797, or through the contact form at the very bottom of this page.

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