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Sellers: Why Full Disclosure is Critical

Sellers: Why Full Disclosure is Critical

A Seller’s Worst Nightmare Once a seller has closed escrow and possession has been provided to the buyer, the last thing the seller wants to do is revisit the sale….

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Commercial Landlords and the Pandemic

Commercial Landlords and the Pandemic

As the pandemic hit, the government ordered businesses to close. Now, as businesses start to reopen, restrictions are in place. Tenants stopped paying rent under their leases due to the…

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Notarization in a COVID-19 World  and in the State of California

Notarization in a COVID-19 World and in the State of California

Many documents require a notary. Trusts, powers of attorney, loan documents, and deeds are a few examples. But during a global pandemic, how does one safely get documents notarized? This…

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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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Business Divorce and the Benefit of Buy-Sell Agreements
February 5, 2019

Business Divorce and the Benefit of Buy-Sell Agreements

Despite the name, a buy-sell agreement (sometimes referred to as a shareholder agreement or cross purchase agreement) doesn’t directly pertain to buying and selling a business in the traditional sense….

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When Is Retaining a Professional Fiduciary a Good Idea?
January 30, 2019

When Is Retaining a Professional Fiduciary a Good Idea?

When we think of estate planning, we often view it as a series of decisions that we make about personal finances, burial arrangements, and other affairs to be managed after…

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Which is Better: A Sole Proprietorship, Corporation or LLC?
January 11, 2019

Which is Better: A Sole Proprietorship, Corporation or LLC?

Many small businesses begin as a sole proprietorship. This is often the best choice early in the life of a small business. But over time, needs may change. Frequently, as…

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How Does Divorce Affect Estate Planning?
December 18, 2018

How Does Divorce Affect Estate Planning?

Divorce can impact every area of your life. Not surprisingly, those effects extend to any trust and estate planning that was established prior to, or during the marriage. Regardless of…

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Where Should I Store My Estate Planning Documents?
December 12, 2018

Where Should I Store My Estate Planning Documents?

Your estate planning documents are among the most important documents you will ever possess. Therefore, they should be stored securely. However, estate planning documents must also be readily obtainable by…

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Should I Choose Arbitration in the Residential Purchase Agreement?
November 19, 2018

Should I Choose Arbitration in the Residential Purchase Agreement?

Purchasing a home requires a lot of decisions. Sometimes a choice seems obvious, such as the option to hire a home inspector. In other cases, you might worry that making…

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