Lawyers: it’s time to upgrade your law firm’s OS

“Warning: Creating default object from empty value.” Ever seen that error message on a website? Oftentimes, the culprit is that the website is built on WordPress, and is running on an outdated version. Most recently, I ran across that error message on a law firm’s website…the irony was not lost on me. Most firms are […]

Are tax sales a good investment?

The volatility of the stock market and interest rates have many investors interested in real estate investing over the stock market as a safer and more lucrative option. One overlooked real estate investment strategy is to buy property at delinquent property tax sales. How does it work? Every year, millions of property owners default on their […]

Are you paying too much in property taxes? 

Studies show that anywhere between 30 to 60 percent of taxpayer property in the United States is overassessed. This leads to unfairly high property tax bills. In spite of this, fewer than 5 percent of property owners challenge their property tax bill. If your tax bill seems too high, the real question to ask yourself […]

Insurance Coverage: More Is Usually Better

Insurance: you hate it until you need it. Over the past few months, we’ve had a number of clients call to discuss their insurance coverage not only for their businesses, but also for their families. The Coronavirus pandemic certainly has businesses and families thinking: am I covered? What’s going to happen if I don’t have […]

The Corona-Circus And Its Effect on Force Majeure Clauses

While many of you are sitting at home, either with your children who are out of school or out of paranoia and fear over the bat-flu (or, ridiculously, being told you can’t work) one thought keeps recurring in my mind: Does COVID-19 (more commonly known as the Coronavirus) qualify as an “Act of God” under […]