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Selling a Home in the Time of COVID

Selling a Home in the Time of COVID

If you think you can’t sell a home right now because of COVID-19, you should reconsider your thinking. Real estate is deemed an essential service. That means that people are…

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SECURE Act Provisions Impact Estate Planning

SECURE Act Provisions Impact Estate Planning

In December of 2019, President Trump signed the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act. Aimed at making retirement planning accessible to more Americans, the Act triggered changes…

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How Buyers and Sellers Should Approach Repairs During a Home Sale

How Buyers and Sellers Should Approach Repairs During a Home Sale

Buyer’s Request for Repairs You finally found the home to buy, are in escrow, and have completed your home inspection. The home inspection lists pages of items which may need…

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Who Makes Health Care or Financial Decisions for You or Your Family in a Pandemic?

Who Makes Health Care or Financial Decisions for You or Your Family in a Pandemic?

It is no secret that we have entered a new world, and in times of crisis most of us share similar fears and concerns. We are all worried about our…

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Mortgage Relief for Homeowners in the Coronavirus World:  Facts and Fiction

Mortgage Relief for Homeowners in the Coronavirus World: Facts and Fiction

As we all grapple with the financial effects of the global coronavirus pandemic, many homeowners are reasonably concerned about their ability to pay monthly bills. The U.S. faces mass layoffs…

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How to Refresh Your (Real Estate) Business When Times Are Slow:  Tips for Real Estate Agents

How to Refresh Your (Real Estate) Business When Times Are Slow: Tips for Real Estate Agents

When business is slow, such as during the current COVID-19 stand-down, it’s easy to fall into not working at all. However, in all honesty, you should be working harder, not…

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Should You Give Someone Power of Attorney?
October 23, 2015

Should You Give Someone Power of Attorney?

We often think of estate planning in terms of, “What will happen to my assets and property after I die?” However, there is another very important aspect to estate planning,…

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Choosing an Executor for Your Estate
October 6, 2015

Choosing an Executor for Your Estate

When you meet with an estate planning attorney, you will be asked to make a number of important decisions. Your attorney can offer options to solve most of your estate…

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Protect Your Children with Estate Planning
September 25, 2015

Protect Your Children with Estate Planning

When you think of estate planning, you might picture sitting down with an estate planning attorney around the time of your retirement. This is that point at which most people…

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How to Spare Your Heirs From the Probate Process
September 25, 2015

How to Spare Your Heirs From the Probate Process

It’s not something we like to think about, but we all pass away at some point, leaving our heirs to settle our final affairs. As you plan for the end…

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Can a Revocable Living Trust Substitute for a Will?
September 11, 2015

Can a Revocable Living Trust Substitute for a Will?

Most people wish to avoid subjecting their heirs to the complicated probate process after their death. The court process can drag on for months, preventing your beneficiaries from accessing much-needed…

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Should I Choose Alternative Beneficiaries for My Estate?
August 25, 2015

Should I Choose Alternative Beneficiaries for My Estate?

Nearly everyone should consult with an estate planning attorney, to decide how, when and in what manner they want to pass on assets to friends, family or other beneficiaries. Taking…

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