February 26, 2019
What happens when a lease doesn’t say how to calculate rent after renewal?
Leases often contain options to renew the lease between the landlord and tenant provided that specific conditions are met. Options to renew can be worded in […]
February 21, 2019
Foundation of the Procuring Cause Doctrine
The Penguin Club sat at the least-used end of Sunset Beach — a squat ring of solid poured concrete tents encircling a thatched cabana and a […]
February 12, 2019
7 Mistakes People Make Handling Deceased Family Members’ Estates
Dealing with a family member’s death can be a double cruelty. There is the emotional loss. Then, that’s often followed by the monumental task of dealing […]
February 12, 2019
Legal Separation and How It Can Affect Divorce
Legal separation before a divorce is a standard process in many states, and the couple usually must accomplish this procedure first in many areas of the […]
February 12, 2019
5 Mortifying Reasons Mortgage Applications End Up in the ‘Reject’ Pile
Picture this nightmare: You apply for a mortgage, but your application gets rejected. Suddenly, you’re hit with an overwhelming wave of embarrassment, shock, and horror. It’s […]
February 12, 2019
Can I Prevent My Pregnant Daughter from Getting Emancipated?
Pregnancy and emancipation often go hand in hand when the youth has a better chance of both raising the newborn and protections in a new household […]
February 12, 2019
What Subjects Can Be Addressed in a Prenuptial Agreement?
There are certain provisions that exist in a prenuptial, and within these provisions, there are many subjects that are possible to be addressed by both spouses. […]
February 12, 2019
Domestic Violence in a Marriage – How a Lawyer Can Help
When one spouse is suffering through domestic violence, it is important to contact a lawyer to determine how best to proceed and what type of case […]
February 12, 2019
The One Room That’ll Make Buyers Bail, Even If They Love the House
In my yearlong house hunt, I’ve toured countless homes, and that first visit is a lot like a first date. It can be going great, right […]
February 12, 2019
Child Custody for Same Sex Parents
The possibility of child custody for same-sex parents depends on several different factors to include the legal marriage between spouses and any legal rights retained by […]
February 12, 2019
Legal Separation vs. Divorce: Key Legal Differences
When a person wants to dissolve a marriage, he or she will often seek to first enter into a legal separation before ending the relationship, but […]
February 7, 2019
2019 Design Forecast: What’s In, What’s Out
Is it time to say goodbye to shiplap and millennial pink? This design expert weighs in. As we flip to the last pages of our 2018 […]
January 10, 2019
Unwed Fathers – Do They Have Parental Rights Too?
Even though parents may not be married, they often have more rights than they are aware of when seeking some form of action such as child […]
January 10, 2019
Does a Will Have to Be Witnessed?
Wills allow individuals to avoid the state’s rules about who gets what portion of a decedent’s estate. They also allow individuals to name their executors, name […]
January 10, 2019
Four Steps to Take before Filing for Divorce
Going through a divorce is hard on everyone. No matter what the reason is for the divorce, it can be a challenging and possibly overwhelming process. […]
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