On Wednesday, the Missouri Supreme Court issued an Opinion altering the established law regarding the procedure for amending subdivision indentures. The case, styled as: The Trustees of Clayton Terrace v. 6 Clayton Terrace, LLC and Jeannette R. Huey, involved a dispute in which the Plaintiff/Trustees sought to prevent a Lot Owner from subdividing a two […]
Hein Schneider & Bond P.C. is very pleased to welcome to the firm our newest attorney, Brad Mitchell! Brad brings nearly four years of litigation experience and will focus his practice on real estate and title insurance matters.
Our latest Title News for Missouri and Illinois newsletter is out now with firm news and information on recent cases and statutes impacting title and real estate matters! Check it out here: https://mailchi.mp/27dab78d0709/title-news-for-missouri-illinois
A common question that arises during the closing of a loan where only one spouse is obligated under the promissory note is: Who needs to sign which documents? There are a variety of reasons this question comes up. For example, the property may be owned by only one of the married spouses or one of […]
Our latest newsletter is now available. In this edition, we update you on firm news and recent Missouri and Illinois cases involving easements, judgment liens, adverse possession claims, and more! https://mailchi.mp/73d4c6f1af20/title-news-for-missouri-illinois-1471877
Effective January 1, 2018, Sauerwein Hein P.C. is changing its name to Hein Schneider & Bond P.C. With more than 100 years of combined experience, the firm’s team of accomplished attorneys continues to provide exceptional service, representation, and results to insurance companies, small to midsize businesses, lenders, and individuals throughout Missouri and Illinois.
Our latest newsletter on real estate and title news for Missouri & Illinois is now available. In this edition, we let you know about new cases on adverse possession, easements, reformation of deeds, and more. http://mailchi.mp/6f1cfcfa7aec/title-news-for-missouri-illinois
An article written by Attorney Trent Bond on the benefits of using correction deeds to amend the public record when a deed is recorded with an error was recently featured in Alliant National Title Insurance Company’s eNewsletter. A link to the article is here: The Practical an Useful Benefits of Using Correction Deeds
Our latest newsletter discussing recent Missouri and Illinois cases is now available. In this edition, we let you know about decisions involving beneficiary deeds, easements, foreclosures, mechanic’s liens, and more!
In the Spring of 2015, a local business man and commercial real estate owner/manager retained John Hein, Grant Mabie and J. Adam Stockberger to represent him and certain of his companies and business partners in a series of ongoing lawsuits pending in St. Louis County. Among the matters and issues they were retained to address […]
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