How Divorcing Couples Should Handle Custody of Pets

How Divorcing Couples Should Handle Custody of Pets

Many people consider their pet a part of the family, which is why disputes over pet ownership are such a common issue among divorcing couples. State courts don’t address pets by statute, which further complicates the issue. The legal battles involving pets can...
When Should a Landlord Hire a Lawyer?

When Should a Landlord Hire a Lawyer?

When Should a Landlord Hire a Lawyer? There are some situations in which a landlord may need to hire or consult with an attorney for expert advice and coaching. Some of the most common situations in which a landlord could benefit from a lawyer’s help include the...
Your Guide to Gray Divorce

Your Guide to Gray Divorce

During middle and older adulthood, many couples confront their children growing up and moving out, retirement, or declining health. It’s experiences such as this that can prompt spouses to reassess their marriages, and ultimately consider divorce. The U.S. has...
What Americans are Really About

What Americans are Really About

Politics are consuming us these days, and everyone has drawn their lines in the sand. From our senators and congressmen all the way down to the individual and there is no middle ground. Or so I thought! Recently, I had a day that gave me some perspective on what...
Your Tenant Filed for Bankruptcy – What Should You Do?

Your Tenant Filed for Bankruptcy – What Should You Do?

When financial burdens become too much and tenants fall behind on their rent – they may be forced to file for bankruptcy. This can be extremely frustrating for everyone involved. As a landlord – what are the steps that you should be taking after your...