Why A Real Estate Law Firm Should Review Your Disclosures

For people selling properties, one of the biggest potential problems they face is the disclosure process. If you fail to disclose certain issues with a piece of real estate, a buyer may have grounds to either cancel the sale or demand monetary damages. In extreme cases of misrepresentations about the property, the seller may even face civil or criminal fraud charges. Disclosures are a big deal. Here is a look at four areas where a real estate law firm can help you disclose everything about a property. [Read More]

How To Avoid Conflict During Divorce Mediation

Many people wrongfully assume that a divorce always leads to trial to work out the difficult issues that cannot be decided on. This is simply false, and the reason for the misconception is due to what people see on TV with how divorce is represented. Many divorces are settled in mediation, which is where both people make joint decisions together with the help of a mediator. It will help avoid conflict between two spouses in the following ways. [Read More]

Negligent Landlords and Personal Injury Attorneys

If you're a renter, maintaining the roof over your head and the floor beneath your bed at night is the responsibility of your landlord. Unfortunately, not all landlords put the safety of their tenants above their bottom line. Here are some of the ways a personal injury lawyer can help you seek significant damages from a negligent landlord. Deconstructing Your Rental Agreement Most tenants don't read through their rental agreements very thoroughly before signing them. [Read More]

Blame and the No-Fault Divorce System

For folks who are angry about how their marriages ended, sitting down with a divorce lawyer can be frustrating. The vast majority of divorces in the modern U.S. occur under the no-fault system. You deserve to know what that means and why it is. Here are four things an attorney would tell you about blame and the no-fault divorce system. Why Does Divorce Happen This Way? Fault used to be required in nearly all divorce proceedings. [Read More]