What to Do if Tenants Request Lease Modifications Due to COVID-19


With job losses, changes to remote work, and other hardships and life changes caused by COVID-19, many tenants are requesting lease modifications. A lease is a binding contract, so landlords […]

Your House Hunting Checklist: Get Prepared Before You Buy


As we continue to navigate a deadly pandemic and the economic uncertainty left in its wake, silver linings are in short supply. But, for those with the means and inclination […]

COVID-19 Tax Relief for Rental Property Owners


The coronavirus pandemic has had an unprecedented impact on Americans. Layoffs, business closures, and public health concerns and restrictions have put a significant strain on the economy. This financial downturn […]

Are Landlord Evictions Legal Right Now?


If you’re a landlord, then you’re well aware that governors of several states enacted eviction moratoriums to protect vulnerable tenants during stay-at-home orders in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Additionally, […]

How to Properly Document Changes to a Lease Agreement


Lease Agreements are supposed to last until the end date given in the agreement, unless it is a month-to-month lease. This is to provide a clear beginning and end date […]

Commercial Leases Most Impacted by COVID-19


The COVID-19 pandemic has ushered in unprecedented challenges for people in nearly every industry, but the commercial real estate industry has been particularly hard hit. Initially, stay-at-home and shelter-in-place orders […]

Signing Under Duress: Can You Be Forced to Sign a Contract?


A valid contract is a legally enforceable agreement between two or more mentally competent parties. Your signature on a contract affirms that you understand and accept the terms, whether they […]

5 Essential Release Agreements for Your Small Business


As a small business owner, you live to provide the best experiences and the best service. Sometimes, providing the best puts you and your business at risk. Getting that great […]

What Makes a Contract Legally Binding?


A legally enforceable agreement between two (or more) parties, often an exchange of goods or services, is called a contract. A contract may be legally formed by a verbal agreement […]

Eviction Moratorium Issued by Centers for Disease Control


Millions of people across the United States are still out of work because of the devastation wrought by COVID-19. While unemployed or furloughed, many are concerned about paying their rent […]

Closing Documents: What Can I Expect to Sign as a Home Buyer?


Buying a home can be an exciting, yet overwhelming, experience. You will be required to sign numerous documents in order to complete the purchase of your new home. Whether you […]

Breaking a Lease During COVID-19: Remote Work and Relocation

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As employers and employees continue managing the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on business operations, some employers have chosen to test remote, work-from-home experiences. More employers are offering extended options […]