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What is an Unlawful Detainer According to Real Estate Law?

It is often difficult to accomplish real estate evictions in Naperville, IL and surrounding areas based on the state, landlord and the tenant laws. An eviction is typically permitted to the residential or commercial property owner or a rental or lease property’s manager, where an individual makes rent or lease payments. Although a property owner may legally take away a tenant’s right to stay in the building or apartment, certain steps have to be taken before legally enforcing the person out of the unit. One of such legal processes is known ... Read more

Common Problems in Getting a Divorce

Getting a divorce or a legal separation is a process filled with riddles and problems along the way. Although hiring an experienced divorce lawyer can resolve all the common problems that we describe here, knowing about them from the onset will help you better understand the legal process and keep you calmer in the toughest time of your life. Discussing with Ex-Spouse Many people fail to realize that they will have to discuss several matters with their ex-spouse during the divorce process. There is a division of parental responsibilities as wel... Read more

Pay Due Diligence in Real Estate Transactions by Receiving Legal Help

Real estate transactions involve the transfer of large sums of money. A simple mistake in a transaction procedure can cost you thousands of dollars and would also delay the completion of a project. This can affect you greatly as an investor. What you need to do is to pay due diligence and ensure that every step occurs just the way it should. This is possible when you seek legal help. Here, we present the advantages of working with an experienced real estate lawyer for paying due diligence. The Documentation If you work in the real estate indust... Read more

Factors Affecting Determination of Spousal Maintenance in Illinois

Before the changes were made to the Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act pertaining to spousal maintenance in 2015, courts made determinations by weighing in a list of factors and had more power. However, a formal formula has been introduced that allows courts to calculate the precise amount to be awarded as alimony to the requesting spouse. Before the new laws were enforced, a set of factors were used for determining both the eligibility and amount of spousal maintenance. But now these factors are used for only determining whether... Read more

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