January 11, 2018
Insurance Policies to Have in Place before You Rent Out Your Space
Before any space should be rented by others, the owner is required to have insurance and other preventative measures in place. It is important the owner […]
January 8, 2018
DNA Showed I Am Not the Father – Can I Get Child Support Payments Reimbursed?
As unfair as it may seem, there are many times when a person is not the child’s father but is still held responsible for child support, […]
January 8, 2018
Environmentally-Compliant and Safe Company Buildings
To ensure employees have a safe and environmentally compliant indoor space, there are several things that a company or corporation should place within and install. These […]
January 2, 2018
Is It Impossible to Break a Lease before It Begins?
In the matters of real estate, leasing and renting become complicated with the lease or renter’s agreement between tenant and landlord. It is when the paperwork […]
December 18, 2017
Notice Related to Tenant Evictions and Other Matters
Eviction notices and the full process usually depend greatly on the state due to the process favoring either the tenant or the landlord in the location. […]
December 15, 2017
Home Equity Lost Because Seller/Mortgager Misclassified the Type of Home
There are various complications that may arise when attempting to acquire or secure home equity in a sale or purchase based on the actions of the […]
December 5, 2017
Deducting Real Estate Losses against Other Income When Preparing Taxes
Reducing and eliminating additional fees, expenses and taxes is important when someone owns property, has invested in real estate and is involved in similar situations. When […]
November 27, 2017
Before Listing on Vacation Rental Site, Consult with a Real Estate Lawyer
Placing real estate properties on websites, in listings and in print is often complicated, and the very act could draw in negative publicity. It is important […]
November 21, 2017
Failure to Disclose Lead Paint in Rentals – Landlord’s Liability and Consequences
When a landlord is responsible for the welfare of his or her tenants in general situations where a property is rented or leased, he or she […]
November 17, 2017
Construction Delays – Are Damages Available?
Construction contracts usually provide a date, materials used, amount needed to finish the project and similar factors that could affect the job. However, when the construction […]
November 13, 2017
Determining the Value of Real Property During Divorce
When a couple initiate divorce proceedings, it is important to determine the value of property in the marriage so that it may be divided evenly between […]
November 7, 2017
Construction Expert Witness Explains How to Reduce Risk at Commercial Properties
When a construction expert witness is hired for a case, it is to explain various aspects of the building, materials, persons involved and what risks exist […]
November 3, 2017
Mandatory Arbitration Clause in a Real Estate Agreements – Should You Sign?
When a person is buying commercial or residential real estate, he or she may sign a lot of papers. Often, the person may not know the […]
October 30, 2017
Talk to a Real Estate Lawyer before Renting Out a Private Residence
Private residences may be riddled with issues that require certain ordinances and regulations’ satisfaction before it may be rented to the public. When initiating a home […]
October 26, 2017
Fence Disputes with Neighbors
When neighbors have disputes with each other over fences, the matter may lead to the courtroom with a dispute over the land and perimeter boundaries. It […]
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