Legal Guides for Real Estate
Written by attorney Konstantinos Volakos, about 2 years ago.
Over the past sixty years both the residential and commercial real estate markets have exploded all across the nation, especially in larger, more populous cities. Today, commercial real... more
Written by attorney Andrew Ben Boyer, over 1 year ago.
On behalf of Andrew Boyer PC posted on Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Any divorce has the potential to be a massively complicated affair. Many Illinois couples spend months in court arguing... more
Written by attorney Cheryl Smith, about 1 year ago.
Loans Gone South: A Residential Real Estate Loan Primer for the Owner or New Practitione
By: Cheryl Rivera Smith - email@example.com -214-669-0606
Residential Real Estate Loans
Written by attorney Hanna Manzur, over 1 year ago.
Running a business is a lot of work. In addition to making the goods or providing the services for which the entity was created, there are also other issues like obtaining funding, hiring... more
Written by attorney Barry Evan Haimo, over 1 year ago.
Read this article starting on page 18. It reveals why you want an attorney that speaks "tech" on your side when planning your estate. Understanding social media and digital assets is not... more
Written by attorney Daniel Gonzales, about 2 years ago.
Now that you've decided to invest in commercial real estate, make sure that your intended purchase is as golden as it seems and no hidden pitfalls lurk beneath its shiny exterior. An... more
Written by attorney Deborah L Mack, about 1 year ago.
What are my liabilities if I am on the title to a real estate Deed?
Anyone listed on the Deed is liable for real estate taxes, premises liability if someone falls on or breaks into the... more
Written by attorney Richard Zaretsky, 12 months ago.
Getting a house free and clear of a mortgage obligation to pay back money seems inequitable - and it is. Make no doubt about it, it is absolutely unfair. There is no moral right to "stick... more
Written by attorney Harry N. Konst, about 2 years ago.
The Transfer of Real Estate in New York - "The Closing"- Lancaster Attorney Harry N. Konst, Esq.
Property rights and ownership are one of the most coveted rights of humankind. The transfer... more
Written by attorney Evelyn Ginossi, over 1 year ago.
Under the legal doctrine of merger, as codified in California Civil Code section 805 and California Civil Code section 811, the owner of an estate in land cannot also hold an easement in... more