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Monthly Archives: July 2024

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How to Avoid Breaches of Contract

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

Many businesses and services nowadays require a contract. Maybe you’re getting work done on your home. Perhaps you’re buying a car. Maybe you’re a business working with clients or subcontractors. In any case, you will need to draw up a contract. The contract should show in detail what is expected from each party and… Read More »

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Understanding Rent-to-Own Contracts

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

Home ownership has been unattainable for many people in recent years. COVID caused many homes to sell for tens of thousands of dollars above asking price. While the market has cooled down since then, interest rates are still sky high. Some are disheartened by the current real estate situation, with 20% of those looking… Read More »

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Are you in a Transactional Marriage?

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

Marriage is supposed to be about love, passion, and commitment, but many marriages feel transactional. This is not unusual, as marriage is a contract between two parties, almost like running a business. Marriage comes with a lot of legalities. When you marry, you get a license. When you divorce, you have to jump through… Read More »

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Getting a Summer Child Custody Plan in Place

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

When you divorce with children, you have to continue dealing with your spouse at least until your kids turn 18. This means you have to communicate with them on various topics, such as custody and child rearing. These can be difficult conversations, especially if the divorce was not amicable, but you do need to… Read More »

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