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The Basics of Probate

The legal distribution of assets and property left by someone who has died is called ‘probate.’ It is a process of law, involving government and courts, that ensures proper and legal distribution of their assets. Even if the deceased person had a legal...

Understanding Foreclosure

A foreclosure is essentially a legally-forced change in possession, where a lender seizes collateralized property – such as a home – when a borrower is unable to pay the loan. While laws vary by state, borrowers typically have a ‘period of...

Understanding Tenant Rights

Renting home or business space from an owner comes with legal rights and responsibilities. The landlord can’t do ‘anything they want’, and neither can the tenant. Federal, state and local laws all apply, and it’s important for tenant rights to...

Alternatives To Litigation

While there’s no concrete answer to how long a lawsuit process might take in court, US cases take over a year on average, and cases running 5 or more years are not unheard of. The load of cases before state courts has increased over time, while staffing has not....

What is a Limited Liability Corporation?

In US law, corporations are organizations authorized to act as a legal entity. United States law also recognizes another legal status for a company, called a ‘limited liability corporation,’ or LLC for short. LLCs are not separate legal entities like...
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