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How COVID-19 Affects Real Estate Contracts

We are all experiencing new ways of doing things and when buying or selling a home it’s no different. COVID-19 is now a common word we see in the contracts. If you are looking for a home or will be in the future, you are probably going to attend some open houses....

Preparation + Support

I’ve discussed the importance of advanced directives in the past. I still believe even if you don’t feel like you need a will, you really should have a power of attorney, health care proxy and living will in place. Unthinkable things happen, especially in this unsettling time.

Need To Know Information For Landlords, Tenants And Homeowners During COVID-19

A lot of information for tenants, landlords and homeowners. Stay up to date with newest orders and plans.

Sugarman Law is still here for you

We are all adjusting to our new normal. When I think about this happening 50 or 100 years ago, I’m thankful we have the technology in place today to keep working and keep in communication.

Do You Have A Plan For Your Pet If You Are Disabled Or Die?

If you are an animal lover and have animal companions, the best thing you can do to protect that animal is to devise a plan for disability and death. You can create a Pet Trust.

5 Tips For Buying An Existing Business Or Franchise

You were scanning Craigslist or talking to a business broker and found a business you want to buy. It might be a strip mall, a salon or even a franchise opportunity. I’m sharing five tips as you navigate this very detailed process and, of course, the first step is to call an...

10 Things To Think About in 2020

I wanted to keep it simple this month and give you 10 things to think about as you enter 2020.

A Basic Overview of Trusts

As part of the year’s end, we are finishing up our series on estate planning and this month we are giving you a basic overview of the different types of trusts you can utilize in your estate planning.

Changes In Life = Changes To Your Life Plan

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When I got out of law school in 1997, some classmates were talking about opening up their own offices. I thought, no way, that isn’t for me! I want to get a paycheck, save for retirement and make partner someday. I also had no plans for having a child either. Fast forward to...

Estate Planning: Wills And Advanced Directives, When Do I Need These?

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Estate planning is just as it says – it’s a plan to ensure that your wishes are implemented – how you want your estate to be divided, who should be guardian to your minor children, and your assets are protected from tax implications and Medicaid. Your home, your car,...