Going through probate after a loved one’s death can be a stressful, lengthy, and expensive process. Fortunately, there are many simple ways to avoid probate as long as you plan in advance. This is an excellent option for many families because it allows you to cut back on or eliminate court fees, executor fees, and […]
There are many reasons why a business or an individual might need to find someone to take over a lease. If you rent an apartment, the once-in-a-lifetime job opportunity across the country might not allow you to wait until your lease expires to move. Or, as a business owner, the commercial space on which you signed […]
If you are the owner of a business who does not know the difference between an employee and an independent contractor, you could be in trouble with the state and federal government. As a worker, how you are classified could have an effect on how the amount you are paid and the benefits to which […]
Assuming that you pay your rent on time and try to live the life of a model tenant, a letter from your landlord claiming that you owe rent might be alarming to you. Even more alarming might be the fact you cannot find a rent receipt for the month your landlord claims was not paid. […]
Tenancy in common is a form of concurrent ownership, like joint tenancy and tenancy in entirety, which places specific rights and responsibilities on co-owners. One of the defining features of tenancy in common is that, unlike other forms of concurrent property ownership, the owners may have an unequal share in the property. While joint tenancy, […]
Lis pendens is a Latin term that literally means that a suit is pending. While a lis pendens can technically refer to any pending lawsuit, in legal parlance it is most often used to refer to claims concerning real estate. A lis pendens can have a significant impact on the attractiveness of a property, to […]
When it comes to divorce, where the divorce is filed matters a lot. Not all states treat divorce the same way, especially in matters of property division. Generally, states are classified as either equitable distribution or community property states. While the vast majority of states are equitable distribution states, some of the most populous states […]
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