If you and the spouse you’re about to divorce are successful landlords with at least one tenant-occupied rental, you’ll need to give thought to how you go about transitioning that occupied property to a new owner.
It’s not romantic. It’s not fun. And in some generations, it’s almost taboo. But if you want to protect your wealth—and possibly your reputation—creating a prenup may just be something you’ll want to consider.
Here’s what you need to know about qualifying for your next house: If you’re a self-employed freelancer, the rules just became a little tougher for you to qualify for a mortgage loan. Even if you’re pulling down a cool six figures—which many freelancers are—it may still be harder to get a loan than if you […]
You and your spouse are ready to call it quits. You’ve done everything you can to make your relationship work out, but it’s clear that it’s just not going to happen. Sadly, you both agree that it’s time to contact attorneys and start on the path to divorce. Fast forward a few weeks and, under […]
If you enter into a purchase agreement during the COVID-19 pandemic and you or your buyer become fearful of COVID-related concerns, it might not be so easy to pull out of the transaction. The standard California Residential Purchase Agreement (RPA-CA) doesn’t contain a Force Majeure clause by default, so unless it was built into the contract from […]