Four Things Families of Elderly Property Owners Must Hear

I recently represented an elderly property owner who was sued for allegedly backing out of a real estate sale. My client resided in her home situated on a beautiful 40+ acre property her entire life. It is peaceful suburban farmland populated by many animals and containing a huge barn. The property was also a family […]
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Protecting Property Interests Through a Quiet Title Action

Imagine that you are the heir to your grandmother’s estate. You cared deeply for your grandmother in the years leading up to her death. Due to her deteriorating health, she moved into your home before her eventual passing. The family home became vacant and began to fall into disrepair while she lived in your home. […]
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How to Sell a Property When the Owner is Incapacitated

It can be difficult to think of the late stages of life when our once vibrant faculties are diminished or lost. It is no easy task to plan during the healthy years for a time when decision-making power is lost. The best practice is to create and regularly update a basic estate planning package with […]
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