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Our new course Avoiding Breaches of Fiduciary Duties while Representing Seniors has just been approved by the Real Estate Division. Please join us for a free 1 hour Real Estate lunch and learn to be held…
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An essential part of every estate plan is the Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care Decisions (the “DPOA”). A DPOA authorizes your designee (referred to as the “Healthcare Agent”) to make decisions…
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Probate is a legal process by which title to property is formally transferred at death. A primary probate proceeding is opened in the state where the deceased is domiciled at time of death. Ancillary probate…
The passing of Aretha Franklin (the “Queen of Soul”) serves as another unfortunate example of the damaging effects of not creating a clear and detailed will. A will is a legal document by which an individual states their wishes as to how their property is to be distributed at death.
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Transferring a vehicle’s title in Nevada after probate is completed is a relatively simple process if you have all the important documents before you start. The first step is gathering the required information…
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Over five million older adults across the country are Limited English Proficient (“LEP”). LEP older adults do not speak English as their primary language or they have a limited ability to speak, read, write, or understand English. Federal law prohibits discrimination based on national origin, including discrimination on the basis of language.
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One of the most common questions we receive is whether someone has a large enough estate to warrant purchasing a revocable living trust. A will is a written document that becomes effective upon your death.…
A glimpse of something new on the horizon can be seen in Bain v. Platinum Realty, LLC, No. 16-2326-JWL, 2018, WL 3105376 (D. Kan. June 25, 2018), where the United States District Court in Kansas upheld…
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If you are a broker and would like to offer this class as a lunch and learn for your office, please call Drizin Law (702) 798-4955. We prefer an office with minimum seating of 30 agents. We look forward to working with you.
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The Buyers acquired a home in Glen Ellyn, Illinois after having received a Seller’s Real Property Disclosure Form (“SRPD”) which indicated that the Sellers were not “aware of material defects in the walls or floors.” On or about October 22, 2012, a few months after the Buyers moved in, a painting contractor hired to paint the kitchen noticed an area of damaged gypsum wallboard on the western wall.
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