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Have you fallen and can’t get up? While the title is the tag line of a commercial, we represent people who have fallen on the job and have sustained injuries. Here we talk about falling from a ladder or a height – – or if something falls upon you – – while you are performing…

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Commonly Asked Questions When Buying or Selling Your Home   Q – When Should I Get a Real Estate Attorney Involved in the Transaction? A –  Whether buying or selling a home, you should get your attorney involved as soon as possible. You should explain to your attorney what you plan to do and ask how you…

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Going to buy or sell a home? Read This Before You Sign:  Spring is here, the kids are approaching summer vacation and now is a popular time to consider buying or selling a home.  We have prepared some commonly asked questions when it comes to buying and selling a home.  We urge you to read…

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Since you are reading this blog, you probably live in or near Orange County, NY. In that case, you are ready for winter which, as we are learning as 2017 arrives, will have snow and ice. What follows is a discussion snow and ice injury liability and the rights and responsibilities of those of us…

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Facing Foreclosure Without Freaking Out   If you are facing mortgage foreclosure, you do have options.  There are two sides to foreclosure defense – the procedural track before the Court and the dealings with the lender on workout options.  Here, we are focusing on the workout options, but a borrower should note that there are…

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ZOOM IS TOO FAST The glossy advertisements and promotion for using Legal Zoom evidence that going too fast isn’t the best choice. Going the cheapest is also dangerous. Establishing an entity for a new business is much more than filing forms. There are many important decisions that should be part of any business entity formation….

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Is what you just fell over trivial? Take a quiz. You are walking along a sidewalk or on a set of stairs. Next thing you know you are lying on the ground looking around to find out what it was that caused you to fall. Surely there must have been something there! Upon careful inspection…

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Renting property from a landlord who will not make needed repairs is frustrating, and in some cases, unsafe. What if the roof is leaking into your living room or the elevator has been out of service for an extended period? The first thing a tenant should do (after putting a bucket under or over the…

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Several months prior to the expiration of a lease, a landlord should consider whether it wishes to renew that lease. If the landlord wants to offer the tenant a lease renewal, landlord should approach tenant at least two or three months prior to the expiration of the lease. This gives the parties time to work…

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If a foreclosure action is commenced against your landlord, there is no need to panic and hastily pack all your socks and Star Wars collectibles. Have time, you do. A lease is not automatically and immediately terminated upon the commencement of a foreclosure action. Residential foreclosures can take months, even years. Many times, the lender…

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