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Your Trees and Your Rights
August 13, 2014

Your Trees and Your Rights

We all love our trees, but sometimes they can be a bit of a nuisance for us or our neighbors. Yet, despite how bothersome their fruit and leaves may be,…

How Can an Easement Affect Me?
July 29, 2014

How Can an Easement Affect Me?

If you’re in the market to purchase real estate, you may come across a property which is affected by an easement and wonder whether you should proceed with purchasing it….

When Construction Becomes Destruction: What Are Your Rights?
July 10, 2014

When Construction Becomes Destruction: What Are Your Rights?

Choosing and hiring a construction contractor can be a daunting process for both homeowners and commercial property owners. Finding the right blend of knowledge, expertise, and a fair price is…

Common Myths Regarding Eminent Domain
June 24, 2014

Common Myths Regarding Eminent Domain

Property owners often fear the power of eminent domain, in which the government can seize private property in order to complete a public project. Understandably, the very idea strikes fear…

What If Mediation Fails?
June 13, 2014

What If Mediation Fails?

  In many conflicts, it is helpful to hire an attorney to represent your interests in a mediation rather than jumping straight into an expensive, time-consuming court battle. Mediation often…

The Importance of Indoor Air Quality
May 28, 2014

The Importance of Indoor Air Quality

We all know that water, air, and food are essential to life. But of course, these things can also be hazardous to our health if they contain dangerous elements. In…

Landlords Take Note: New Energy Regulations Take Effect July 1
May 19, 2014

Landlords Take Note: New Energy Regulations Take Effect July 1

As of July 1, 2014, new energy regulations will impact landlords and tenants in the state of California. The state has enacted 2013 CALGreen, Part 11, Title 24 of the…

Mending Fences: Your Rights and Responsibilities
April 24, 2014

Mending Fences: Your Rights and Responsibilities

  Mending Fences: Your Rights and Responsibilities Having or building a fence on your property may seem like a simple matter. After all, it’s your property, right? Oddly enough, something…

Common 1031 Exchange Myths Dispelled
April 9, 2014

Common 1031 Exchange Myths Dispelled

You may have heard talk about 1031 Exchanges, and how they can potentially save you big money at tax time. That is true, but the rules governing 1031 Exchanges are…

What Is a 1031 Tax-Deferred Exchange?
April 2, 2014

What Is a 1031 Tax-Deferred Exchange?

A 1031 Exchange is a method of selling one property and then buying another within a specified time frame, while accessing certain tax advantages. While the processes of selling one…

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