Landlords are responsible for making sure their rental properties are in good, livable condition. In this post, we identify a few important responsibilities for landlords that could result in legal troubles if neglected, delayed, or ignored.
Real estate can be given as a gift as part of your estate plan, or even for a special occasion or holiday. This post goes through some things you should know about giving real estate as a gift.
Separating from your partner can be a complicated process. Find the answers to three common questions that arise when talking about separation.
Many people assume that the best place to store your Power of Attorney is in a safety deposit box, but it’s not always a good idea. Find out why in this post.
Familiarize yourself with these common estate planning mistakes so you can avoid them in your own estate plan.
Reference checks are often the final stage of the tenant screening process. Find out which questions to ask a tenant’s reference and how to ask them.