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October 2016 Archives

Joint tenancy and tenancy-in-common

Often in the course of planning an estate, some individuals will want to own a piece of property jointly. It is possible for this to be accomplished in a couple of different ways, each with its own advantages and liabilities. If you are considering joint tenancy or tenancy-in-common on a title, a broad understanding of the differences can help you determine which is best for your needs.

What is the difference in a positive and negative easement?

There are myriad ways in which the process of buying real estate and the continuing ownership and development of that property can go sideways if the buyer doesn't know which potential pitfalls to look out for. For this and many other reasons, it almost always wise to enter into home buying with the guidance of someone with both the experience to know what to watch out for and the knowledge base to course-correct effectively when it is needed. One such issue that can throw a wrench in the works of buying a home is the possibility of easements on a property.

What is a Charitable Remainder Annuity Trust?

Trusts are excellent financial tools and can be amazingly effective when they are used correctly. The variety of available trust options can be overwhelming, each with its own specific advantages and limitations. Charitable Remainder Trusts are an excellent way to make charitable giving a part of your overall financial plan and legacy.

Why you want a lawyer for real estate transactions

Purchasing a home is a huge opportunity and a huge responsibility -- one that should not be taken lightly. Especially for first-time homebuyers, including a lawyer in your home-buying team can help you avoid some extremely costly missteps in the home-buying process.

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