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Top 10 Ways to Get Sued- Part 2

By Attorney William Bronchick Here it is, the official, “Top 10 Ways to Get Sued” – guaranteed! In our previous post, we covered the 1st 5 Ways to Get Sued and NOW in Part 2, we will cover 5 more ways! Here are numbers 6-10. 6. Try to Call Employees Independent Contractors.  Many employers hire employees, but […]

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Top 10 Ways to Get Sued Part 1

By Attorney William Bronchick Here it is, the official, “Top 10 Ways to Get Sued” – guaranteed! In this post we will cover the 1st 5 Ways to Get Sued and in Part 2 to be posted in a couple of days, we will cover 5 more ways! 1. Do Business in Your Own Name. […]

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Illegal Discrimination in Housing

By: William Bronchick ESQ. You want the best tenants in your property, so you have to be choosey, particular or… dare I say… “discriminatory”!  But not all forms of discrimination are illegal.  It is illegal discrimination only when you discriminate against people who are a member of a “protected” class. The Fair Housing Act of […]

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Are Prenuptial Agreements Affected by Changed Circumstances?

Courtesy of William Bronchick and Bronchick Law   Although at Bronchick Law, I am basically a Real Estate, Asset Protection, and Family Estate Planning Attorney, I occasionally am asked questions about prenuptial agreements. Here is a little information for you: Fundamentally, we are talking about a contract between competent adults, which should ordinarily be enforceable […]

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If I am Ever Accused of a Crime, What Should I Do?

Courtesy of William Bronchic, Esq. & Bronchick Law At Bronchick Law, we specialize in Real Estate, entity formation, asset protection estate planning. We aren’t defense attorneys but when people are accused of a crime, they should find a defense attorney right away. Most attorneys who are criminal defenders usually find their clients in great danger […]

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All About Bail Bond Agents

Courtesy of William Bronchick, Esq. & Bronchick Law As a Real Estate attorney, at Bronchick Law, I practice things such as asset protection, family estate planning, and other related topics. Most of my work does not involve a bail bondsman. That being said, you never know when you, a family member or friend might need one. Sometimes a defendant in a […]

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What to do if a Tenant Abandons Your Property

Have you ever had a tenant leave in the middle of the night or the middle of an eviction? Did you ever wonder what to do when the tenant abandons the property? Basically, when a tenant abandons the property, you do not need to file an eviction or wait for the sheriff. You can change […]

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Business Contracts

Courtesy of Willaim Bronchick & Bronchick Law A business contract is a legal promise made between two or more parties. A contract may be drawn when the associated parties wish to enter into a transaction like buying or selling, performing services, leasing properties, collaborating in joint ventures, advertising, manufacturing, distributing or selling goods, etc. The […]

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Information on Employment Background Checks

Courtesy of William Bronchick, Bronchick Law Employment background checks are becoming increasingly common these days. The reasons for this include the fact that negligent hiring lawsuits that result from the actions of an errant employee can damage a company’s credibility and lead to hefty fines; companies have become more selective in their choice of employees […]

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Land Trusts101

By William Bronchick, Esq. Land Trusts can be a way to legally “smokescreen ownership of a property. Although it does not provide liability protection (this is done through a correct entity) it is an additional layer of protection against people that want to try to bring a frivolous lawsuit against you, among other advantages. It’s […]

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