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Asset Protection for Landlords

If you have nothing, then you have nothing to lose. Landlords on the other hand, have a lot to lose. Run of the mill asset protection planning doesn’t cut it for landlords. In my experience, generic asset planning falls short either in the way it constricts a successful real estate operation, or in the way… Continue Reading



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When a Commercial Tenant Goes on Offense

We were nearly a year in to a heated battle with a retail tenant. In court, I was representing the landlord. Each side had hundreds of thousands of dollars on the line and the whole case was now turning on the judge’s interpretation of a few words in the lease. This was a Yellowstone Injunction… Continue Reading



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FAST Evictions in New York

No landlord wants to evict a tenant, they would rather that the rent gets paid, the tenant complies with the lease terms, and the landlord leaves the tenant to quiet enjoyment, but sometimes landlords have no choice. Fast Evictions: They’re All About Speed, Strategy, and Tact It’s evicting a tenant as quickly as possible, which… Continue Reading



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Choosing a Residential Real Estate Closing Attorney

When you’re nearing the end of a real estate negotiation, every decision you make counts. If you’ve paid attention to the cycles and patterns in real estate, then this transaction will hopefully have positive implications for you. However, navigating this process alone is difficult, even for landlords who have spearheaded similar deals in the past…. Continue Reading