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Can You Sell a Haunted House? A Spirited Look at Property Disclosures

Regardless of whether they're friendly, you may find that your ghostly tenants start causing trouble when it’s time to sell. This guide should help you understand the legal implications of selling a haunted house. 

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Home Improvement
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Should You Buy a Move-in-Ready Home or Buy a Fixer-Upper?

Should you buy a fixer-upper or a move-in-ready home? Each option has pros and cons, so it comes down to your preferences and how much work you're willing to put into your home.

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What Liability Do You Take on When Trick-Or-Treaters Come Onto Your Property?

Trick-or-treating comes with some risks, especially for trips and falls. Find out about liability for these incidents to ensure you're protected this spooky season.

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Home Improvement
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Should You Renovate or Move?

Should you upgrade your existing home or start over in a new house? Here's how to decide.

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What Is Attorney-Client Privilege?

Attorney-client privilege protects your right to confidential communications with your lawyer. Understanding how it works can help you ensure confidentiality if you ever need legal representation.

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Will They or Won't They? What Your Will Can and Can't Do

Wills have limits. So, before you leave a large sum of money to Fido, you should understand what you can and can’t do with this important legal document.

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How Much Does COBRA Insurance Cost?

The time left on your employer-provided health insurance is dwindling. What do you do? COBRA insurance is an option until you can get coverage from a new employer.

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What Is a Trust and How Does It Work?

Setting up and managing trusts can be complex, so it's essential to understand how they work. So, what is a trust, and is it the right option for you?


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