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If you have questions, and you need answers, remember that “knowledge is power”1. No words were ever more true or important to keep in mind than when you are faced with any decision which affects your property, assets, livelihood, or liberty. Regardless of the issue, you owe it to yourself and your family to become fully informed as to the probable impact your decisions will have.
So where do you start; we suggest with us, by exploring the information we have compiled for your quick access and review. We have attempted to offer links to sites that are usually crucial to obtaining information as to our local Court systems, and various governmental agencies. Additionally, we have provided several short narratives that may be of assistance to you in better understanding various legal and procedural issues which you may encounter.
We have attached our office practice areas for your review, and we encourage you to contact our office if you need assistance.
Remember, “Half of knowledge is knowing where to find it”2. We hope the information we have provided will help you start the journey of obtaining the information and advice you need.
1 Sir Francis Bacon
2 Unknown, sometimes attributed to Samuel Johnson
What is a Real Estate Closing
A closing on real estate is the process by which a Seller’s title to real property and any residences or buildings constructed on the property are conveyed to a Buyer. Remarkably, the sale and purchase of real property, the refinancing of mortgages, and the establishment of credit lines secured by real property have become almost common place to the average consumer and homeowner over the last several years. Notwithstanding the mortgage crisis that has affected almost everyone, the purchase, sale and refinancing of real property is still generally portrayed as an easy and straightforward transaction which can be handled by the average consumer …
Recent Legal Decisions
Where defendant gives a false name during an encounter, no violation of §901.36 is shown, and the court errs in failing to JOA a charge of giving a false name. Defendant must be lawfully detained before he is required to give a correct name.