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Everyone Should Have A Living Will

Courtesy of William Bronchick, Bronchick Law According to information known in most states as a Directive to Physicians or Healthcare Directive, a Living Will sets out your wishes about what extended medical treatment should be withheld or provided if you become unable to communicate those wishes. The directive creates a contract with the attending doctor. […]

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10 Ways to Identify if Your Lawyer is Right for You

Courtesy of Bronchick Law, William Bronchick, Esq. An ideal lawyer will not just have a string of impressive credentials or gold lettering on his door. He or she will be caring, concerned, and devoted to their work. You need to think carefully before laying your trust in a lawyer after all in some cases your […]

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There’s No “Due on Sale Clause” Jail

By William Bronchick, Esq.   This article is for real estate investors and my real estate clients. The “due-on-sale” clause is probably the most talked about, feared and misunderstood topic in real estate. This article will dispel any misunderstandings you may have about the due-on-sale and suggest a simple, yet effective strategy to get around […]

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Using an Attorney to Buy a House

The most expensive thing most people will buy in their lifetime is the house in which they live. In addition to being expensive and taking decades to pay for, the purchase of a house also represents one of the more complicated legal transactions most people will ever encounter. Despite the need for contracts involving bankers, […]

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Expungement of Criminal Records

Courtesy of William Bronchick @ Bronchick Law Expungement of criminal records is the process of clearing an individual’s records of a crime committed. There are several other terms used to describe the expungement of criminal records. Often, it is used in correlation with sealing, destruction, or return to the subject of individual criminal records kept by […]

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Read Before You Sign!

by Attorney William Bronchick Too many investors go to closing and sign documents without ever reading them, taking the word of the “professionals” involved in the closing. This is a huge mistake unless that professional is your lawyer, and he or she has read and understood the loan documents. Don’t presume that the lawyer you […]

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Knowing when to Consult a Lawyer

Courtesy of William Bronchick, Esq. In this day and age, it’s important to protect your rights in many different situations. Knowing when you require the professional services of a lawyer is important since many situations essentially demand it. Hiring a lawyer may cost you a large sum depending on the complexity and time required for […]

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