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Scottsdale/Phoenix, Arizona Real Estate Attorney Casey Kepple Helps Facilitate Home Sales

Are you purchasing or selling a home in the greater Scottsdale Arizona area? Perhaps you wonder if you should contact a real estate attorney to help facilitate the transaction. If you face unusual circumstances or wish to understand all of your legal options, a real estate attorney quite possibly may be the answer.

When you seek legal assistance, only the most qualified and knowledgeable attorney will suffice. Kepple Law is committed to fostering cooperation among each person in your real estate transaction – including the purchaser, seller, real estate agent, and lending agent (when applicable) – to negotiate a satisfactory outcome for all parties involved.

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Casey C. Kepple is the founder and an attorney at Kepple Law Group LLC, where he provides clients with legal services in the areas of bankruptcy, real estate law, commercial litigation, probate, estate planning, business law and collections. Kepple Law Group LLC serves all of Arizona & Illinois. He also founded the real estate title insurance company, River City Title, LLC, which is located in Illinois and is dedicated to ensuring that clients can more swiftly move through their closings in the provided services of title insurance, closings, construction escrow and refinance. An entrepreneur at heart, he embraces opportunities and challenges of small business ownership, following the principles of servant leadership when managing his employees and seeking their input in decision-making.

As a member of the Peoria County, Illinois, Bar Association, Kepple chairs the Real Property Committee, charged with keeping members informed of developments and the latest thinking in real property law, as well as promoting best practices and building working relationships with related industries. He previously served as a member of the Young Lawyers Committee, mentoring new lawyers just out of law school, and is also a member of the State Bar of Arizona, Maricopa County Bar Association, Illinois State Bar Association, and the American Bar Association.


Kepple graduated from Western Michigan Cooley Law School in 2008, earning bar admission in Arizona and Illinois the following year. As a lawyer in Scottsdale, Arizona, he provided bankruptcy pro bono work for clients facing foreclosure of their homes through the Maricopa County Volunteer Lawyer’s Program, helping more than 50 individuals and families navigate the legal maneuvering of bankruptcy. He now provides similar pro bono work in Peoria, working with Prairie State Legal Services to provide bankruptcy services to those in need locally. He has also served as a volunteer for the St. Jude Telethon and OSF HealthCare Children’s Hospital of Illinois.

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At What Point should Homebuyers call
a Real Estate Attorney?

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When complicated or difficult circumstances surround your Scottsdale, Arizona home purchase, an attorney can help you sort out complex legal issues and achieve a successful closing.

Consider consulting a professional if one or more of the following applies to you:

  • You are a perspective home buyer currently living outside of the Phoenix area.
  • The home you wish to purchase is bank owned or classified as a “short sale.”
  • You discovered the property in question as part of an estate sale.
  • You are looking to invest in commercial property.
  • You are purchasing a home that has possible structural issues.
  • Your potential home’s area may pose a higher than normal risk for natural disasters or other possible health hazards.

At What Point Can a Real Estate Attorney
Assist a Seller?

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For those selling their homes, several situations may present legal complications that would necessitate the advocacy of a real estate attorney.

This may apply to you if:

  • The property you are selling is distressed.
  • A deceased owner named you the heir or executor of the property.
  • You are experiencing issues with a co-owner.
  • Your past record includes judgements or liens.
  • You know of any other potential factors that might jeopardize a sale.

An Attorney You Can Trust

Those buying or selling homes in Scottsdale, Phoenix, Mesa, Tempe, or Glendale can turn to Kepple Law for their legal needs. Our attorneys possess an intimate understanding of Arizona real estate law, so you can feel confident in our ability to handle your case with diligence and skill.

The Kepple Law Group provides professional legal services to the greater Scottsdale, AZ area, including Phoenix, Mesa, Tempe, or Glendale. To discuss your needs with a qualified and experienced real estate lawyer, contact Kepple Law today.

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