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Lots of Changes

10 years ago, I gave up caffeine and soda. It wasn’t that hard. You are probably thinking you could never do it. But if it was the right thing for you, I bet you could! Changes seem scary at first, but once you jump in and commit, you might surprise yourself. It’s Fall and with...

Your Rights and Your Responsibilities

This month, I wanted to discuss something we haven’t explored before. When working with an attorney, every client has certain rights and responsibilities. It is important to understand these rights and responsibilities because we are all under a lot of pressure – clients...

The Legal Summer Reading List Part 3: Personal Documents

As we continue our legal summer reading series, this month we delve into documents important to have for your personal life. 1. Power of attorney What is it? This document allows you to appoint an agent to act on your behalf while you are still alive. Why do I need it? This...

The Legal Summer Reading List Part 2: Business Documents

As we continue our legal summer reading series, this month we delve into documents important for your business. Corporate Formation Documents What is it? The corporate entity formation documents include the filing receipt, articles of incorporation or, bylaws, operating...

The Legal Summer Reading List Part 1: Real Estate

Summer feels so close. School is ending, vacations (much more than last year) are being planned. What are you doing this summer? Whether it’s relaxing on the beach, selling your home or writing a new business plan, this legal summer reading series has something for you to...

Your Child Is Headed To College – Do They Have A Health Care Proxy or Power of Attorney?

It’s overwhelming when your child, now a legal adult, moves away to college. You are filling out a lot of paperwork – for financial aid, potentially apartment or dorm, or selecting courses. An often overlooked, but vitally important part of the paperwork puzzle are your...

Mortgage Payments Piling Up? Here Are Your Options

A few years ago, I sent out a newsletter about your options when you are experiencing difficulties paying your mortgage. Because of the pandemic this past year, and recent changes in the law, I thought it was a very relevant topic to discuss once again.

Updating Business Policies In The Time of Covid-19

If you’re a business owner, it’s time to clean house (or office as it is) AND build up that house (or office) for maximum efficiency.

Be Prepared: My Recent Experience And Why Plans Must Be In Place

A sentence I didn’t think I would be typing… I had COVID-19 recently. Thankfully, I am now fine. It wasn’t an easy road though, it was tough. This virus is very real and you just never know how it will affect you. I am much better now and throwing myself back into work, but the...

Why A Home Inspection And Final Walk-Through Are So Important

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We’ve been chatting the past few months about real estate and this month we focus on the initial home inspection and the final walk-through, which is really the last chance a purchaser has before they are handed the keys.