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  • Categories

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    Memorial Day 2022 By: Carl H. Block, Esq. May 30, 2022 Today is Memorial Day, which is a time to honor the fallen of all of America’s wars. Memorial Day honors the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. armed forces. There is a tradition around Memorial Day of wearing red poppies […]

    Using the 1031 Exchange to Reinvest

    Using the 1031 Exchange to Reinvest By: BPE Law Group, PC May 10, 2022 If you’ve sold an investment property, you may already know about a transaction commonly known as a “1031 exchange.” This transaction is governed by the Internal Revenue Code Section 1031. Essentially, the transaction allows the owner of an investment property to […]

    AB 2179—Yet Another Obstacle to Evictions for Nonpayment of Rent

    AB 2179—Yet Another Obstacle to Evictions for Nonpayment of Rent By: Kristin Goulet, Esq., D. Keith Dunnagan, Esq., and Keaton Turnipseed (3L) April 19, 2022 As landlords were finally about to breathe a sigh of relief with the end of the last time period affected by COVID-19 protections, the notice requirements and eviction procedures originally […]

    Revisiting Partitions and Accounting – Part Three

    Revisiting Partitions and Accounting – Part Three By: Alexander J. Hinman, Esq. April 12, 2022 In, Part One of our 2022 Partition series defined what Partitions are and how they work, Part Two focused on the accounting stage of the partition and how the proceeds of the partitioned property will be divided between the former […]

    Revisiting Partitions and Accounting – Part Two

    Revisiting Partitions and Accounting – Part Two By: Alexander J. Hinman, Esq. April 5, 2022 In, Part One of our 2022 Partition series defined what Partitions are and how they work, Part two will focus on the accounting stage of the partition and how the proceeds of the partitioned property will be divided between the […]

    Revisiting Partitions and Accounting – Part One

    Revisiting Partitions and Accounting – Part One By: Alexander J. Hinman, Esq. March 22, 2022 Given the currently favorable market conditions, an owner of a jointly held property who is no longer getting along with their co-owner has every reason to want to sell. But what happens when the other owner doesn’t agree? With the […]

    SCOTUS 2022-2023: Sackett v. Environmental Protection Agency

    SCOTUS 2022-2023: Sackett v. Environmental Protection Agency By: Kristin E. Goulet, Esq. March 8, 2022 The 2021-2022 term for the Supreme Court of the United States has seen the return of in-person oral arguments after the COVID-19 pandemic forced the justices to hear telephonic oral arguments instead. This term is also the first time that […]