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Tips for New York Homeowners Facing Foreclosure
Foreclosure: it can be a terrifying word. It means you are behind with your mortgage payments to the point of being at risk for losing your home. If you find yourself facing foreclosure, don't panic. There are ways to move past this hurdle and stay in your home.
Check The Purchase Agreement Before Buying A House
If you are buying a house, the purchase agreement is your contract-make sure you or your attorney review it well!
Landlord Registration Required in Indianapolis
A landlord may be responsible for civil fines if they fail to pay for registration in Marion County.
If I sign a contract, what happens if I choose to not honor the terms of the contract?
California's Right To Repair Act In The Spotlight Again
Whether the Right to Repair Act provides the exclusive remedy for a homeowner seeking damages for construction defects and whether an insurer pursuing a subrogated claim is required to follow pre-litigation procedures under the Right to Repair Act.
Design Professionals Owe a Duty of Care to Homeowners
Design Professionals Owe a Duty of Care to Homeowners
New Rules for Estate Recovery in Wisconsin
Estate Planning Attorney in Milwaukee
When the Ends Don't Justify the Means
Recently, our office won another significant jury trial in Worcester Superior Court that demonstrates our experience and expertise in local land use and construction disputes.
Obama Signs Directive Allowing Homeowners to Modify Mortgages While in Bankruptcy
Obama signed a directive in 2010 that allows homeowners to actively seek a loan/mortgage modification while they are in active bankruptcy.
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