You and your spouse or partner have reached an agreement on parenting, child support, spousal support and property division, and you are told by your spouse’s lawyer that you need to obtain “independent legal advice.” What does this mean? Why do you need it?Read More
Retaining a qualified and skilled expert will cost you at the beginning. However, it can be one of the wisest and most prudent financial decisions that you make in coming to a fair and wholesome and final solution in regard to your family law matter.Read More
There are two types of ownership of land. Knowing how property is described on title is very important in understanding how that property passes on death.
A “tenancy in common” is a type of ownership in which each owner holds a particular share or interest in the property.Read More
Although real estate is a year-round business, typically most homes are bought and sold during the spring and summer months. As the warmer weather approaches, we thought we would provide you with a list of things you should know if you are contemplating buying or selling in the near future.Read More