• Timeshare Legal Problems

    When owning or partially owning a timeshare, there are some common legal problems that may arise based on certain factors connected with the location or circumstances. It is important to know what these common issues are and how to proceed with each so that they do not needlessly affect the person and his or her […]

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  • Home Damaged before Closing – Who Is Liable

    Closing the deal between the buyer and seller is a delicate process that requires paperwork, walkthroughs and other professionals to progress the sale along. If the property suffers physical damage before the closing completes, it is important to know what is responsible to repair it or to ensure the home receives all due care. Defects […]

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  • Fighting False Allegations of Domestic Abuse

    Domestic Abuse is a significant problem. However, the way the system handles that issue has created, perhaps an even greater danger related to false allegations of abuse. They permeate divorce, legal separation and custody proceedings often as a strategy to seek an advantage in a custody case. Review this guide to defending against false allegations. […]

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  • When Landlords Can Evict In Florida: Lease Violations

    Landlords often have questions regarding when they can evict non-paying or destructive tenants. If your tenants violate the terms of their lease, you may be wondering what recourse you have and whether you can evict them. The Residential Landlord-Tenant Act addresses this issue in Florida. A few years ago, Florida legislators amended the Residential Landlord-Tenant […]

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  • Is There a Difference between Prenuptials and Postnuptials?

    Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements do the same thing — protect the assets and the rights of both spouses, define the terms of the marriage and set expectations regarding the disposition of property and other issues. The main difference is one of timing – prenups are agreements made before getting married, while postnuptial agreements are entered […]

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  • Owning Property in More than One State: Estate and Probate Issues

    For an estate owner, it is crucial to understand the different property rights of each state so he or she may pay the correct taxes and envelope the real estate and assets into the estate properly. Taxes and certain legal rules require the estate owner to follow different procedures for the property depending on the […]

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  • Everything You Need to Know To Choose the Right Divorce Process For You

    Ask anyone how the divorce process works, and the answer you’ll get is not likely to be positive. Our divorce system is expensive, outdated, and seriously overburdened. Even still, it happens to be the only system we have. So, whether you’re okay with our current divorce system or think we should scrap the whole thing […]

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  • The 7 Most Requested Summer Home Improvements

    Summertime was made for beaches, BBQs and bare feet. For homeowners, it represents the perfect time to tackle those summer home improvements while weather conditions are just right. With wind, snow, rain and ice out of the picture, which can take their toll on respective properties, the summer months are generally the ideal time to […]

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  • Title Insurance: Why a Home Buyer Needs It

    Title insurance protects the interests of both home buyer and lender. Here’s how. Getting title insurance is one of the standard steps home buyers take before closing on a home purchase. Title insurance is crucial for a home buyer because it protects you and the lender from the possibility that your seller doesn’t — or […]

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  • Child Custody & Divorce: Start Your New Life with Your Children by Your Side

    Divorce can be painful enough for you, but what’s it doing to your children? They may be upset, confused, and fearful and blame themselves for your divorce. Joint child custody after divorce has become the norm, so you should be prepared to share your parenting responsibilities with your spouse, and children should be told that […]

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