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Take a Chance on a Foreclosure Property

A few months ago, a family friend of mine purchased a foreclosure property. For years, she and her husband searched for a home they could afford. However, their budget wasn’t large enough to buy a new construction in their desired location. They also couldn’t afford the older renovated homes in their hometown either. Thankfully, they found a foreclosure property that they instantly fell in love with. With the assistance of a good real estate attorney, they were able to make their dreams of home ownership come true. On this blog, you will discover how a real estate attorney can guide you through the foreclosure buying process.


When Child Visitation Goes Wrong

It's usually up to the parents to create a visitation agreement that works. Children are entitled, in most cases, to spend time with both parents after a divorce. Visitation allows the non-custodial parent scheduled time to do that. However, many parents become enmeshed in issues both minor and major when it comes to child visitation. Read on for some ideas on what to do when problems occur. Minor Visitation Problems Read More 

5 Reasons You Should Hire A Real Estate Attorney When Buying A Rental Property

If you're thinking about buying a rental property, you may be wondering if you need to hire a real estate attorney. While it's not required, there are several good reasons to do so. Buying a rental property is a big investment, and having an attorney on your side can help protect your interests. Here are five reasons to hire a real estate attorney when buying a rental property: 1. An attorney can help you understand the contract Read More 

Factors Influencing Your Family Home During Bankruptcy

It's the worst fear of many Chapter 7 filers but it doesn't necessarily need to happen to you. Your home, along with other personal assets, can be subject to seizure if it cannot be protected. However, it almost always is protected. Read on to find out more. Assets May be Vulnerable While Chapter 7 bankruptcy provides the most complete discharge of debts many will ever experience, it has its drawbacks. For some filers with a lot of assets, the bankruptcy trustee has the power to take an asset, sell it, and use the proceeds to pay bankruptcy administration costs or high priority creditors. Read More 

3 Essential Reasons To Consider Estate Planning

It's a fact of life that everyone will one day die. Unfortunately, most people don't think about it until they start getting older and realize how much their lives have changed in a short period. To prevent death from catching you unawares, you should make sure your assets go where they should and consider estate planning. This article discusses three essential reasons why this type of planning matters. 1. To Protect Your Heirs from Additional Taxes Read More 

The Importance Of Hiring A Divorce Lawyer To Handle Real Estate Issues

When you and your spouse file for divorce, you are tasked with dividing up all of your marital assets. You must decide who gets what and what property will be sold. These decisions can lead to contention and confusion over the rightful ownership of assets like real estate. Instead of trying to figure out the confusion on your own, you can retain an attorney to represent your best interests. You can rely on a professional divorce lawyer who has experience in determining how marital assets should be divided. Read More