• Three Ways To Minimize The Time Your Estate Spends In Probate

    When you pass away, a lengthy probate process can be frustrating for your heirs. Having to wait for months while your assets sit in limbo may be overwhelming to descendants who are not only grieving, but trying to take care of your final affairs. Luckily, there are a few things you can do now to help minimize the time that you estate spends in probate after your passing. Give Away Extra Property
    [Read More]

  • Two Ways An Attorney Can Be Beneficial When Purchasing Property

    Purchasing a piece of property is something that many people want to do at some point in their lives. It can be an incredibly wonderful experience to be able to say that you own your own bit of the rock, regardless of whether the house or building happens to be large or small. While a real estate agent can be instrumental in facilitating the deal so you can take ownership, it's also a good idea to work with an attorney as well.
    [Read More]

  • Some Things You Should Know About Preparing Your Estate Plan

    Having an estate plan is an important part of being an adult. It is vital that every adult, no matter your age, have an estate plan. However, it is even more pressing for people who are in, or are nearing, their elderly years to have their estate plan in order. Here are some things you need to know about the estate plan being executed. Will I Have To Go To Court To Have It Executed?
    [Read More]

  • Own A Small Business? Why You Should Have A Business Attorney On Retainer

    As a business owner, you might rely on a lot of professionals to help you with the various aspects of running your business, such as an accountant or bookkeeper, a commercial cleaning crew and more. One professional who you might not have needed so far, however, is a business lawyer. If you have not needed a lawyer, you might have never thought about keeping one on retainer. However, these are a couple of reasons why it's never a bad idea to have a business attorney on retainer for your small business-related needs.
    [Read More]

  • When Should You Engage a Real Estate Attorney for a Home Purchase?

    Most home purchases are done with the aid of a real estate professional. But real estate attorneys are also available for more complicated types of real estate purchases. Most first-time home buyers who are buying a home to live in aren't going to need a real estate attorney -- but there are some exceptions. Here are a few situations in which you might want to engage the help of a real estate attorney.
    [Read More]

  • 2 Team Members That Can Help You Be A Successful Rental Property Owner

    During your time as a rental property owner, you are going to deal with all types of tenants and situations. Some tenants are going to be great and other may be a bad experience for you. You need to be ready to handle all situations by having the right team members to help you with your rental property business. Here are two team members and how they can help you be a successful rental property owner.
    [Read More]