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The Key to Buying a House with No Down Payment

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Mortgage assistance programs make it possible for many home buyers to purchase a house with little or no down payment. To make use of these programs, home buyers must understand which programs are available in their area and qualification requirements for each. Home Ownership can be a Reality The … [read more]

When the Stakes are High: Why You Don’t Want to Go Through Divorce Alone

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Attempting to reach a divorce settlement without a family law attorney may result in unfavorable terms for one or both parties. Divorce agreements have lasting consequences. Finding an equitable solution to the issues involved in the break up of a marriage can be difficult. The Stakes are Always … [read more]

Is Your Real Estate Agent Looking Out for Your Best Interests?

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A conflict of interest may prevent real estate agents from representing their clients' best interests. Dual agency and other less apparent conflicts can place buyers and sellers at a disadvantage. To protect themselves, it is essential that all parties fully understand whose interests the real … [read more]

Is Playing Hardball Really in Your Child’s Best Interest?

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Hardball negotiation tactics and attempts to undermine the other parent’s credibility when resolving child custody disputes can affect the well-being of children. An open mind and willingness to seek solutions that are in the best interests of the children are the keys to successful and healthy … [read more]

Lowering Out of Pocket Closing Costs

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While many closing fees are fixed, real estate closing attorneys will often negotiate who pays them, working with buyers and sellers to reduce out-of-pocket cash due at closing. Closing costs, or the fees paid to complete a real estate purchase, must be paid before title to the property is … [read more]

Achieving Long-Term Success as a Real Estate Investor

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Real Estate investment provides opportunities to grow wealth, but long-term success as a property investor does not come without preparation. Financial and property management skills, along with an understanding of the local market conditions are essential for successful real estate … [read more]

Why a Temporary Order Is So Important in a Divorce Case

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Courts often issue temporary orders to address daily living and support issues that arise during the divorce process. These orders can impact the final divorce settlement. It is important to carefully prepare and present evidence to the court to ensure that the temporary order is fair to both … [read more]

What Not to Sell (Until After the Divorce Is Final)

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Physical property and financial assets acquired during the term of a marriage are considered marital property and may not be sold or disposed of by either party during a divorce without court approval. Eliminating or hiding assets to deprive a spouse of their value in the divorce settlement can … [read more]

Cutting Edge Technology: Changing the Commercial Real Estate Industry for Good?

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Technological advances like automated valuation technology based on machine learning can simplify and expedite the process of buying or selling commercial real estate, but AVMs may also result in appraisals that do not reflect actual market values. As automated property valuation methods become more … [read more]

Getting Divorced? Your Kids Have Rights Too

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The American Association of Matrimonial Lawyers established the Children's Bill of Rights in 1998 to remind parents that they have an obligation to consider their kids' needs as they work through the divorce process with their child custody attorney. An equitable divorce agreement respects the … [read more]