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We’re dedicated to ensuring you and your loved ones can rest easy knowing that we’re here to help. Customer service and aggressive client advocacy are our touchstone legal values. We have represented the full continuum of clients ranging from large institutions engaging in complicated financial transactions, to individuals just trying to complete a simple will or defend their home from foreclosure. From all of this experience, we have found that the most rewarding feeling is to be able to help someone in need.
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NEWS AND ARTICLES
When you think about probate, what comes to mind? If you’re like most people, the term “probate” probably makes you think about a long, expensive process that happens after someone dies. You’ve perhaps seen movies or even real-life headlines about salacious stories that happen all as a result of someone dying or preparing to die.
Probate refers to a court-supervised process whereby all the assets of the deceased person are gathered and taxes and debts are paid, with the remainder distributed to heirs. Court supervision is only necessary when family members, relatives, or creditors are hostile over the remaining estate. In this article, we will take a look at the various steps involved in the probate process.
One of the trends for 2018 identified in the PWC Emerging Trends Report for 2018 is that homeowners and investors are now considering places they have not previously: secondary markets. These are areas with lower, more affordable pricing, both for owner occupants as well as investors looking to park their money in a real estate…
Before the economic recession of 2008, there were many predictions about the baby boomer generation and what they would do with their time. Many thought that by 2018, boomers would be retired and there would be demand for resort and retirement communities, or 55 and up active adult communities for boomers. However, the recession has…
Cars: if you’re like most Americans, you have one or maybe two (three?) of them. Although there are big changes ahead for the car industry, for now they are a major driver of economic growth. In a previous post, we talked about how the 2008 financial crisis and subsequent recession is still affecting real estate.…