Category: Blog

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Politicking: What a nonprofit can and can’t do

October 11, 2016
With the upcoming presidential election, it is important to understand what a nonprofit organization can and can’t do when it comes to political activity. A nonprofit organization that is tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(3)...
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Are You Entitled to Surplus Monies in Foreclosure?

September 14, 2016
Each year, the city sells the properties of owners who are delinquent on their taxes and utility fees at its in-rem auction. At these auctions, there are often intense bidding wars. These bidding wars result in the sale price...
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Quick Facts Abouy Compulsory Arbitration

September 2, 2016
Millions of consumers in the United States alone have signed credit cards, mobile phones, car rental, and other agreements without realizing that they contain compulsory arbitration provisions. Little does the average...
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Divorce Q & A

August 23, 2016
Here are some of the most common questions we receive at initial consultation. Q: How long will my divorce take? A: This is generally the most difficult question to answer.  The reason is because we do not have absolute...
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Podcast: DWI’s

August 19, 2016
Kevin Mahoney sits down with Diane Tiveron to discuss what to do when asked to submit to a breathalyzer and the effect of a DWI on your ability to drive. Take a listen!...