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October 2019 Archives

Home inspection contingency in a residential real estate contract

Buying a house is one of the most expensive purchases most Philadelphia residents will ever make. For this reason, they need to make sure their purchase contracts include the right contingencies. The home inspection contingency in a residential real estate contract needs to outline just what happens if the inspector finds problems with the home.

Negotiating for real property with uncertain ownership

Many people in Pennsylvania think of owning a home as part of the American dream. For those who already own a home, they may wish to own other types of real estate property to provide passive or retirement income. Buyers often become so caught up in the excitement of this next chapter of their lives that they skip some of the due diligence or miss opportunities for negotiation.

Foundation problems and your commercial real estate decisions

Are you looking for commercial space for your Pennsylvania business? Are you looking to expand your operations and buy a building? If so, you probably know how difficult it can be to find an appropriate space that suits the needs of your company while still fitting in your budget. Regardless, you do not want to rush through this process, even if you find a space that you think will work well for your needs.

Preparing financially for your post-divorce life

Marriage is supposed to be a partnership, and you may envy couples who seem to be in perfect sync, especially when it comes to their finances. More often, however, one spouse may have better access or more control over the money, and the other spouse voluntarily relinquishes that responsibility.

Religious exemption laws deny LGBTQ right to adopt or foster

When LGBTQ parents try to adopt or foster in Pennsylvania, they often worry about how their sexual orientation or marital status may affect the adoption. This anxiety is not without good cause. NBC News reports that LGBTQ parents suffer from discrimination sanctioned by the states they called home. This led to the American Bar Association taking its own stance to represent the rights of the community.

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