A Real Property Purchase Agreement is a document between a buyer who wants to purchase a home or other piece of real property and a seller who owns that property and wants to sell it.
A Deed of Trust is a legal document that officially recognizes a legally binding relationship between three parties – the Borrower, the Lender, and the Trustee. Learn everything you need to know about a Deed of Trust here.
If you’re in your 20s and 30s, it’s likely that you do not have a Power of Attorney (POA), or even know what one does. Very simply, the POA document allows you to appoint someone to make major decisions for you, either in terms of your healthcare, or your finances. Given that definition, you could be forgiven for thinking it’s a document designed solely for the elderly.
A Licensing Agreement is a legal document between two parties – the Licensor, or person who owns the intellectual property (IP), and the Licensee, or person who is receiving a license to use the IP.
Gaining power of attorney of an elderly parent means families need to work together to care for their loved ones. Read the following tips to prevent future dramas and manage the situation with as little stress as possible.
Most landlords understand the importance of business savvy and industry knowledge, but legal knowledge has not always been an important factor in running a landlord business.
Here’s how to obtain guardianship of your loved ones, if an elderly parent loses the ability to think clearly or look after themselves physically.
A durable power of attorney is a legal document that is commonly heard of yet is one that few truly understand. Yet, despite the purported benefits of the document, the power of attorney may be more powerless than one would have thought.
Mold in rentals is a joint issue of tenant-landlord liability, responsibility, and prevention. If you find mold lurking and seeping in from the corners of your walls, you are living in an environmentally hazardous situation. There are a variety of mold strains that can cause any number of health problems.
“Have Americans Stopped Hating Marijuana?” is a hard question to answer, but one thing that can be agreed upon is how hostile the environment for marijuana use has been since the 1980s. With a political landscape as rocky as this, is it possible that the public approval rating for marijuana has been rising nonetheless?