• Surveillance Cameras – Where Is It Legal To Place Them?

    In an increasingly surveillance-based society, it may seem that cameras are everywhere around us. If you look around, you may find cameras in unexpected places that you pass on a daily basis. But, how far can all of this surveillance go? Are there places that cameras are not allowed? Where is it legal to put […]

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  • How Long Must You Wait To Purchase a Home After Filing Bankruptcy?

    Filing for bankruptcy is no easy decision to make. For many, there is a sense of failure or loss. For others, it can be a clean start and an opportunity to start over. Let’s face it: financial education in this country is poor, and that’s putting it mildly! We learn by doing, and sometimes we […]

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  • Why It’s Not a Good Idea to Sell Your Home to Your LLC

    Mixing assets between a company and a personal estate is often not advisable because of the potential to remove the legal protections in place by the limited liability company that can prevent personal liability in injuries and other claims against the owner. However, if the owner still wants to pursue the avenue of sale, he […]

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  • Predatory Lending – Can a Homeowner Sue a Bank?

    Predatory lending practices that harm the homeowner can often lead to the loss of property, debt and personal injury to the victim’s estate that can leave him or her without any assets because of the predatory lender. This person must understand both what predatory lending is and how and when it is possible to sue […]

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  • What Can Sellers Do When Buyers Don’t Close?

    Generally, both the seller and buyer have a certain timeframe to back out of a deal before it proceeds to the next step where they sign paperwork and the money progresses through escrow which can lock in the sale. However, there is a point of no return that can seriously cost the buyer if he […]

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  • Foreclosure Actions – Options for Legal Defenses

    When the bank or other lender is set to foreclose on a property, the homeowner will need to consider options in legally defending against the action or seeking the services of a lawyer to support a way to get out of the foreclosure. Often, the legal process can alleviate the worry that the foreclosure is […]

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  • Trump Reversed an Obama Decision on FHA Loans. What does this mean for you?

    Trump’s reversal on Obama’s FHA loan rate cuts will mean an increase in annual mortgage payments for homeowners and could make it more difficult for young homebuyers to qualify for home loans. Here’s all you need to know. If you own a home or if you’re thinking about buying one, a recent White House decision […]

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  • Can My Neighbor Keep a Pitbull?

    There are many states that do not prevent a person from owning, purchasing or even breeding Pitbull dogs in a neighborhood or city, and the individual owner can keep the animal inside or on a leash legally. In these locations, the breed may need to remain on a leash even if outside and on the […]

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  • Landlord/Tenant Courts – Legal Purpose and Role

    When the relationship between landlord and tenant becomes difficult and legal troubles plague them, it is often the landlord-tenant courts that can help resolve matters that require judgment over a conflict. These courts can help with housing-related matters and the court will oversee the case to effect a resolution to the situation.   Filing a […]

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  • Mortgage Lender Complaints That Can Lead To Complaints

    There are some complaints involved in a mortgage situation that can lead to possible lawsuits against the lender such as predatory practices, fraud and other crimes against the homeowner or others involved in the process. When these issues arise, it is possible that some legal complication exists that requires a remedy. How to File the […]

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