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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...

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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 tenant files for...

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When does it become apparent you need a real estate lawyer?

If you’re considering purchasing property, you may be wondering, “Should I hire a real estate lawyer?” or “When is it necessary to hire a real estate lawyer?” Before you consider hiring or choosing a real estate lawyer, it’s important to know that every state and...

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A Successful Property Partition Attorney in Garden City

Sometimes co-owners of property do not agree as to what should be done with the property. In some situations, one owner wants to sell the property and the other owner wants to rent or live in the property. If co-owners have this type of dispute and it cannot be...

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Selling the House after a Divorce

Why You Need Real Estate Lawyers In Long Island After A Divorce Selling the House after a Divorce Don had a favorite room in the two-bedroom home he shared with his wife, Anne, and their three children—and it wasn't his man cave in the basement. Instead it was the...

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Why You Should Consult an Attorney in Long Island

Why You Should Consult a Real Estate Attorney In Long Island When Buying or Selling a Home Buying or selling a home can range from confusing and intimidating to a joy-filled adventure. Whether your experience is one filled with bright new beginnings or a seemingly...

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When Deals Go Bad

Contractor Representation in Disputes Real Estate Attorney Nassau County John, a contractor in Louisiana, entered into an agreement to elevate a customer's home. The job would mean a paycheck of over $68,000. When the work was in the final stages, however, the...

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Turning Your Upside Down Property Right-Side Up

Foreclosure Defense Real Estate Lawyer Nassau County Bill and Vicki Tate were struggling. After years of working and faithfully paying their mortgage payments, Vicki became ill and left her job. The medical bills and loss of income forced Bill and Vicki to refinance...

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How to Mediate Conflict among Tenants or Residents

Conflict Among Tenants in Long Island NY Stephanie had been living as a tenant in a co-op building for the last three years and had never had an issue with the other people in the building. However, she recently started complaining about Laura, a new tenant who lived...

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