Quick question for any knowledgeable populace:
Do you think an attorney is needed for a refinance closing? The bank provides one (that we pay for), but I'm unsure of who they truly represent(?).
We were planning on refinancing about 9 months ago, but Bank of America was amazing incompetent and frustrating and slow to deal with. We switched banks and can close next week. It seems that others who have been down this road have NOT used an attorney, but I'm not sure if it's a "better safe than sorry" deal.
Thoughts? Pretty Please?