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How Not To Draft Contracts

Recently, a client wanted me to look over a “right to cancel” clause for the installation of energy saving feature for his home. My client is a smart person and typically doesn’t have any problems in reading/understanding contracts or “legalese”.

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Celebrating Wellness Expo Applebee’s Gift Card Winner

Healthy Living Fair Raffle Winner: Anne Murphy I would like to thank everyone who made it out to the Celebrating Wellness expo at the Senior Center this year. It was good to see a lot of you there and meet

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It Sounds Good, But is it Enforceable?

The other day I was helping someone move. We arrived with the moving truck, and met the Landlord at the residence. The Landlord then proceeded to go over the terms of the lease along with the idiosyncrasies of the house.

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A Not So Obvious Estate Planning Mistake

       You just got done signing estate plan papers with your attorney, and he summarizes everything you have just done, “Today you completed your Estate Plan.  You have a pour over will that will act like a big

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3 Reasons Why You Should Negotiate Your Contract

3 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD NEGOTIATE YOUR CONTRACT # 1- THE SHOE PROBABLY DOESN’T FIT. The first reason to negotiate your contract, rather than to sign whatever document is put in front of you is that most business owners are using

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Top 3 Terms to Look at Before Signing a Lease

For those of you who are over 18 and have never rented or had to sign a lease, you are extremely lucky or are still living with your parents.  If you are still living with your parents, they may be

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