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Re: Is an attorney necessary for refinancing a mortgage?
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Thanks, all. I didn't think it would be necessary but just wanted to hear what others had done.

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Same here - no attorney used for refi.

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I'll add a third No to this. I've refinanced before and didn't use an attorney either. Everything went fine.

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I hope not. I've refinanced a bunch of times without one.

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I will be refinancing through a mortgage broker, not a bank, and was wondering if an attorney is really necessary. Although I am not dealing the with the bank that currently holds my mortgage, the re-fi paperwork seems straightforward and I have a good handle on the legalese used in contracts. Thoughts/advice?

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