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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...

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.

Open — but paid off — Mortgages

Chances are, when you bought your home, the prior owner had a mortgage that had to be paid off at closing. It was duty paid, and you received your “title insurance” and the keys to your home, and all was good, until you refinanced or decided to sell. Now, your lawyer is telling...

But, It Was There When I Bought It…

I hear this phrase a lot so I wanted to discuss some important items to review before you list your home for sale. This month, and next, I am covering THREE of the biggest issues I often face when representing sellers.

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.