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3 Common Real Estate Contract Mistakes to Avoid

Due to complex real estate laws and intricacies involved in real estate transactions, they are inherently difficult. This often leads to disputes and disagreements between two parties, which can consequently take the deal off the table, or give rise to a legal claim. Here are three common real estate contract mistakes you should avoid. Relying on a Verbal Agreement It is critical you obtain every decided agreement and terms in writing. Even though you might have had a detailed verbal conversation with the other party over different aspects of t... Read more

Child Custody for Same-Sex Parents

The concept of same-sex marriage is relatively new and the legal rules pertaining to child custody change constantly. There are several factors that a court may take into consideration before making a decision. If you are looking to terminate your marriage with your partner and want to take custody of your child, you must learn about legal technicalities and hire an experienced divorce lawyer. Non-married Same-Sex Parents Since marriage with a same-sex partner was legalized in the United States, many people who were in a same-sex relationship o... Read more

Litigation for Commercial Real Estate Disputes

Each commercial real estate transaction comes with its unique nature and complexities; however, there is a pattern in repetition of some disputes. Though some of them might be resolved by simple negotiations, others may require litigation to resolve the issue. These issues are extremely complicated and involve a substantial amount of valuable property, thus one should never attempt to navigate these perilous waters alone. Here are some of the common issues related to commercial real estate transactions which may give rise to a dispute. Breach o... Read more

Different Types of Spousal Maintenance

Spousal maintenance, also known as alimony or spousal support, is the amount paid by one spouse to the other one after the dissolution of marriage or separation. The purpose of spousal maintenance is to mitigate adverse economic effects of a separation by providing a continuing payment to a low-wage earning or non-earning spouse.To determine which spouse is entitled to spousal maintenance, there are several factors that must be taken into consideration, for instance, one spouse may have foregone their career for their family and alimony will al... Read more