Vincent Gallo

Vincent Gallo

Law Offices of Vincent J. Gallo
  • Real Estate Law
  • New Jersey, New York
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Premier Real Estate Attorney in Staten Island. We represent Purchasers and Sellers of houses, condominiums and co-ops throughout the Staten Island, Brooklyn, New Jersey, and the New York Metropolitan Area. We treat each deal with the same level of importance, attention, and urgency. Each stage of the transaction is carefully explained, and the client is personally guided through the process making the buying or selling experience smooth, clear, and enjoyable.

Practice Area
  • Real Estate Law
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
New Jersey
New York
Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
  • French: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Attorney
Law Offices of Vincent J. Gallo
- Current
Education
New York University School of Law
LL.M. | Taxation
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Pepperdine University
J.D. (1981) | Law
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Honors: Graduated Cum Laude
Professional Associations
New Jersey State Bar
Member
- Current
New York State Bar # 1806629
Member
- Current
Publications
Articles & Publications
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Vincent J. Gallo, Esq.
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155 Questions Answered

Q. A home owned by three siblings. One wants to sell the others do not. The property is owned as tenants in common.
A: A buyout is a most viable option instead of a partition action which could be costly and become emotionally heated.
Q. I am selling my mothers house willed to me 9 months ago. We think it has a cracked slab & the upstairs a/c unit is out.
A: Sure you can, if that is the deal that you made, and you fully disclosed everything to your prospective purchaser.
Q. Can the buyer of a property in Texas back out before closing even though the offer has been signed.
A: Possibly, but at the risk of being held in default under the terms of the contract. A close examination of the contract is in order.
Q. If I am still on the deed to the house my ex- husband and I owned in RI but he has passed, do I still own the house.
A: You own half of the real estate and your ex-husband estate owns the other half of the real estate.
Q. If trustee puts house up for sale with agent and agent gets an acceptable offer , can trustee back out of deal?
A: The terms of the signed commission agreement will govern.
Q. My home is free and clear. How can I add my husband to the title?
A: By preparing, executing, acknowledging and recording a deed.
Q. If a real estate Buyer makes an offer on a house actively listed with a real estate agent.
A: No.
Q. My name and daughter are on the deed to our property as right of surviorship in NC - can she force me to sell the proper
A: Either Co-Owner can force a sale of the property by means of bringing an Action in Partition.
Q. I have found out that my equity line/lien of 10 years is not recorded on title at city hall. Do I have to pay them?
A: Yes, because no doubt, you simultaneously executed a Note.
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Vincent J Gallo Law Offices
706 Forest Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10310
USA
Telephone: (718) 273-1699
Fax: (718) 273-3101