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Selling Your Home? Should You Utilize a Kick-Out Clause? on pbl-law.com

Selling Your Home? Should You Utilize a Kick-Out Clause?

By Steve |

If you’re looking for more leverage during the home contingency period, maybe You’ve had your house on the market for a few months, and finally have an interested buyer. They love the property and can’t wait to purchase it, but first they must sell their house to obtain the money/equity to purchase yours. While… Read More »

Can You Sell or Rent Real Estate to Yourself? on pbl-law.com

Can You Sell or Rent Real Estate to Yourself?

By Steve |

Self-selling and self-rental can reduce liability, but may not get you any tax benefits If you own a company that owns its own office space, or you invest in real-estate other than your home, you may have considered selling or renting out the property – to yourself. While doing so can potentially limit your… Read More »

Thinking of Hiring Family Members? on pbl-law.com

Thinking of Hiring Family Members?

By Steve |

Here’s why your business needs firm rules on the matter If friendship and money are oil and water, where does that leave business and family? At first glance, hiring a family member does seem to have a few advantages. You know who they are and can better predict performance (and project risks). You may… Read More »

Reducing the Risk Exposure in Business Email Communications on pbl-law.com

Reducing the Risk Exposure in Business Email Communications

By Steve |

Avoid writing anything in an email that you wouldn’t want made public Few, if any of us, can claim with assurance that we’ve never written something in an email that we’ve come to regret. Maybe it was a questionable personal comment or simply something that should never be seen by anyone other than the… Read More »

End-User License Agreements in Today’s Technology-Driven World on pbl-law.com

End-User License Agreements in Today’s Technology-Driven World

By Steve |

When you click “I Agree,” what exactly are you agreeing to? We’ve all done it: when downloading a new version of software, opening the shrink-wrap packaging from a new video game, or accessing a new website, we have all agreed to a manufacturer’s EULA. What’s a EULA, you ask? It stands for End User… Read More »

Is Your Business Discriminating Against the Disabled? on pbl-law.com

Is Your Business Discriminating Against the Disabled?

By Steve |

Whether intentional or not, your business may be held liable for discrimination—explore your policies now. Privately-owned businesses that provide “public accommodation” such as a hotel, restaurant, theater, bank, health club, retail store, or automotive services shop – essentially any establishment providing any type of service catering to the public – could be accused of… Read More »

The Risks, Rewards, and Wage Requirements of Hiring Mentally Disabled Individuals on pbl-law.com

The Risks, Rewards, and Wage Requirements of Hiring Mentally Disabled Individuals

By Steve |

Hiring mentally disabled workers can have great benefits in the right circumstances The unemployment rate for Americans with disabilities is twice that of other Americans – and the rate for those with mental disabilities may be even higher. Despite these statistics, many individuals who are mentally disabled are quite willing and able to work…. Read More »

Florida Case Law Update

By meg bacon |

Delbrouck v. Delbrouck, et al. In a probate proceeding, a beneficiary under the subject will, argued that he was an interested person with standing to contest the will and thus, it was error for the trial court to grant summary judgment where he pled undue influence and lack of testamentary capacity. The Fourth District… Read More »

When Should You Start Estate Planning? on pbl-law.com

When Should You Start Estate Planning?

By Steve |

The right ages to make a plan for your assets A common question we get involves when to start estate planning. There is also a common misconception that it’s something only older individuals need to worry about. However, it’s never too early to start protecting your assets and your family. And while it’s always… Read More »

What You Need to Know About Canceling a Real Estate Contract on pbl-law.com

What You Need to Know About Canceling a Real Estate Contract

By meg bacon |

A primer for buyers and sellers By default, real estate contracts are complicated and extensive. Getting out of one, especially at the last minute, is even more complicated … and with good reason. If they could be easily broken, contracts would hold little weight and the party left holding the bag could be damaged… Read More »

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