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May, 2016

Importance of a Durable Power of Attorney

May 27th, 2016

Posted in Asset Protection,Estate & Personal Planning,General Practice

While we are happy to assist clients with creating wills to ensure assets are distributed according to clients’ wishes at their death, we offer a much broader service to clients.  In addition to revocable trusts which can allow for control over assets titled in the name of the trust during lifetime, one of the most important documents that we draft for clients is a durable power of attorney.
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Condominium and Homeowners Associations’ Careful Review of Construction Contracts Can Help Mitigate Risk

May 13th, 2016

Posted in Condominium & Homeowner Association Law,Real Estate Law

Whether your community is considering the repair of an amenity building, pavement resurfacing, or installing a new roof, the importance of carefully reviewing and understanding the proposed contract cannot be overstated.  Reviewing the proposed contract is not simply a matter of determining whether all of the work included in the request for proposal appears in the contract and whether the price is reasonable (although that is also important); there are other aspects of the contract that are equally, if not more important and overlooking them may be costly.
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