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At The Law Office of Keith C. Martin PLLC I know what I do best. The Law Office of Keith C. Martin PLLC can offer you some of the best real estate legal advice and counsel in Virginia when it comes to Zoning, Land Use, Contract Review, and Deed Preparation. I know that every case is unique and different, and will apply my in-depth, specialist knowledge to meet your exact needs. Simply put, protecting your rights is what I do best.

The Law Office of Keith C. Martin PLLC can help you strategize and break down your options into an easy to understand overview. With cost effectiveness in mind you can choose an approach that fits your real estate goals.

I am a licensed attorney in Virginia, so I am also able to help your zoning and land use needs in Central Virginia (Richmond, Charlottesville, etc.), Southern Virginia, Roanoke, Shenandoah Valley, Chesapeake Bay, Virginia Beach, and Norfolk regions!

I have worked in every county and independent city in Northern Virginia during my 36+ year career. These include: Alexandria City, Arlington County, Clarke County, Culpeper County, Fairfax City, Fairfax County, Falls Church City, Fauquier County, Frederick County, Fredericksburg City, Loudoun County, Madison County, Manassas City, Manassas Park City, Prince William County, Rappahannock County, Spotsylvania County, Stafford County, Warren County, and Winchester City.


The law is complicated and can be confusing to the untrained eye. Do you feel that you have real estate issues but have no idea where to start? Keith Martin has been providing comprehensive and easy to understand counsel to Virginians since 1983. I know how overwhelming the legal process can be, especially when you are under an enormous amount of stress. This is why my goal is to help you understand your rights and the issues affecting your case.

I am an attorney, yes, but I never forget that my clients are people with unique emotions and values. The Law Office of Keith C. Martin PLLC keeps you involved and personally guides you in making important decisions about your case, calmly and effectively. I let you know what is going on at every stage, and explain every small detail so that you are in charge.


Representing Clients with Respect

Got a Contract you need help reviewing? I am ready to help. The Law Office of Keith C. Martin PLLC has the legal knowledge, skills, and experience to advise clients on Real Estate Contract matters in the state of Virginia. Often when buying or selling a property, there need to be revisions and counters to contracts prior to the final agreed upon product. I will protect your interests as a buyer or a seller by making reasonable and fair recommendations on your behalf.


Trustworthy Attorney

By combining a fundamental understanding of the big picture with the complexity of daily interactions and experiences, Keith Martin provides proactive solutions to a diversity of clients in Virginia. He has the template for every jurisdiction’s deed of subdivision, easement, right-of-way dedication, and vacation. He also prepares deeds of gift and quit claims to transfer title to a property.

Also due to recent legislation, I can now prepare Transfer on Death deeds. Pursuant to the recently enacted provisions of the Uniform Real Property Transfer Act, Virginia Code Sec. 64.2-621, Virginians may record the transfer on death deed for their property. The deed is tax exempt and grantor may revoke it at any time. The deed must be recorded prior the death of the grantor. Happy to set up such a deed for you just give me a call!

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