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Tips For Landlord Regarding Lien Waivers


Commercial landlords are routinely requested to enter into waivers with tenant lenders and equipment lessors regarding the secured interest that the landlord acquires in the tenant’s personal property either statutorily, in a lease provision, or in bankruptcy. Since landlords succeed when their tenants are successful, landlords usually sign lien waivers without much thought or concern. 

Conservatorship Basics


A Conservator is a person appointed by the court to be responsible for the estate of a person who is unable to manage his or her financial resources for various reasons, including but not limited to, mental and physical illness or disability, chronic drug or alcohol use, confinement, or disappearance. When it becomes clear that

How Does Retirement Affect Your Alimony?


Under the terms of the Alimony Reform Act (“Act”), which took effect on March 1, 2012, general term alimony shall terminate when the payor spouse reaches full retirement age. Retirement age is defined as the age at which the payor is eligible to receive full retirement benefits under the U.S. Old Age, Survivors, and Disability

What Do Business Lawyers Do?


Business lawyers, also referred to as corporate lawyers, assist business owners and business management with corporate legal and regulatory matters. Business lawyers provide counsel on and facilitate the creation of contracts for vendors, employees, clients and third parties. Corporate lawyers navigate the realm between a business and the regulatory environment, ensuring policies adhere to local,