Real Estate Lawyers in Southern Illinois

Make Confidential Real Estate Transactions

Having an expert real estate attorney at your side when opportunities and injustices present themselves is pivotal. You can count on Barrett, Twomey, Broom, Hughes & Hoke, LLP, to support you and help you plan your best moves in real estate transactions.

Municipal Zoning Restrictions

Land and water use attorneys at Barrett, Twomey, Broom, Hughes & Hoke, LLP, can negotiate the zoning variance for your building projects and enforce regulatory compliance to preserve wildlife areas. We use traffic studies, geotechnical, environmental, structural analyses and our continued relationships with government officials to guarantee we can win for you.

Property Condemnation

If you have been a victim of eminent domain, don’t hesitate to contact a condemnation attorney at Barrett, Twomey, Broom, Hughes & Hoke, LLP. We have the expertise to help you resist condemnation or get your best offer.

Lease and Deed Preparation

If you are selling or leasing a residential or commercial property, we can draft a custom lease designed to protect your properties. Interpreting, rafting and revising contracts that prevent breach of contract is the first step in

Real Estate Litigation

Legal disputes with family, neighbors, tenants or landlords are always unpleasant. Bring your best offense or defense with Barrett, Twomey, Broom, Hughes & Hoke, LLP. We litigate boundary disputes, title dispute, forcible entry and detainer actions, and other various property disputes. It is in your best interest to get the best representation since real estate cases are time sensitive.


Foreclosures in Illinois are judicial, so the lender has to file a case with the court. Barrett, Twomey, Broom, Hughes & Hoke, LLP keeps on top of the foreclosure process to make sure your filing is airtight, and subsequent motions are filed promptly.

Mechanics' liens

In the midst of real estate projects, there are times when financial priorities don’t make the list. If you are a contractor that hasn’t been paid or provided materials you can file a mechanics’ lien against the property. If you are a property owner or that believes a mechanics’ lien against your property is improperly founded, have Barrett, Twomey, Broom, Hughes & Hoke, LLP, take a look at your case.
If you own, buy or rent property in Southern Illinois, call the real estate law attorneys at 618-457-0437. You can also complete the form or send an email describing your situation.