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How Should You Hold Title to Real Estate?
San Diego homeowners use wills and trusts for property ownership planning, yet most people don't think about how to hold title until the title company poses the question when you buy or refinance. Here are some common ways to hold title.
The “Who, What, When, Where and How” of Claims for Code-Related Injuries
Significant legal precedent has developed in Massachusetts recently concerning liability for personal injuries resulting from defective or unsafe conditions found on commercial and residential properties.
Dallas/Fort Worth Chapter 13 Lawyer
Chapter 13 bankruptcy is not the right bankruptcy for every situation, but when necessary, this type of bankruptcy can provide powerful protection for homes, vehicles, and more. Eliminate debt while retaining important assets like your home. Stop foreclosure and more.
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New Stormchaser Law Impacts All Exterior Residential Contractors
New laws affecting exterior remodeling contractors.
California’s Tender Rule in Foreclosure Suits: Any way around it?
This article discusses the legal doctrine of "Tender." When bringing certain types of lawsuits, one must tender the amount of the debt to have standing to sue. However, there are certain exceptions to the tender requirement.
Monthly Mortgage Payments About to Increase for HAMP Recipients
This Article contains information regarding the 2009 Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) and future increased payment adjustments
Ohio's Transfer on Death Affidavit
Ohio's new Transfer on Death Designation Affidavit, authorized by Ohio Revised Code 5302.22 allows a single individual to avoid probate on their home (and other real estate) without giving up current ownership rights. This new designation is helpful also for estate and Medicare/Medicaid planning.
May Homeowners Hold Design Professionals Directly Responsible for Negligent Design and Planning?
Homeowners in Massachusetts may bring an action for negligent design against architects and other design professionals, even in the absence of a direct contractual relationship.
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