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Author Archives: Jay Butchko

Executor

Steps to Take as an Executor

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

Dealing with a loved one’s death can be an emotional experience. Not only are you dealing with the grief but you may have to play a role in settling the deceased’s estate as well. This is called being the executor of their estate and it’s not an easy task. There are important decisions to… Read More »

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“Everything Else” is Important in a Real Estate Contract

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

When it comes to buying a house, you may be so focused on one area that you forget all the other details. You may be so excited to get a house with a pool that you overlook areas of concern. For example, do you know who will pay for the repairs? Do you know… Read More »

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Supporting a Friend During Divorce

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

As a good friend, you want to help and support your friends during their times of sadness and tragedy. However, when a friend is going through a divorce, you may not know what to say or do. It can be an awkward time. Unfortunately, there’s not a universal script that we can use. So… Read More »

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What to Do Before Ending Your Marriage

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

Struggling with your marriage? You’re not alone. You may be forced to make a decision: Should you stay or should you go? It would be easier in many cases to just leave, but should you give up so easily? Couples who want to build long-lasting relationships need to hang in there. In a sense,… Read More »

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I’m Selling My Home. Can I Back Out of My Contract?

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

Selling a home is not a decision to be taken lightly. You may have lived in your home for many years or even decades. Your children might have grown up in the home. You may think you’re ready to leave the familiarity of your home for something newer and more exciting in a different… Read More »

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Defenses to Foreclosure

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

Knowing that your home is in foreclosure or may be in the near future can be a scary situation. We depend on our house for shelter and comfort. It gives us a place to eat, sleep, entertain, and possibly work. Knowing that your home could be taken away from you just like that can… Read More »

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What Not to Buy After a Divorce

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

A divorce is a life-changing experience. Going from married to single can change your life in many ways, especially if you have children. One aspect that you’ll need to make changes to is your financial situation. Bills and everyday expenses are easier to pay when there are two incomes in the household. When you’re… Read More »

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Getting Rid of Boredom in Your Marriage

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

Relationships are exciting at first. You and your new partner do things together. You have new experiences as a couple. You love your partner’s quirks. After a few years, you may plan to get married. However, the honeymoon stage doesn’t last long. Reality sets in quickly. After a while, things aren’t as exciting anymore…. Read More »

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Silent Signs You’re Dissatisfied With Your Marriage

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

Are you happy with your marriage? Maybe your spouse thinks you are. Or maybe you even think you’re satisfied, but are you really? We don’t always have time to sit and reflect about how we feel about various aspects of our lives. It’s easy to just go with the flow and avoid causing conflicts…. Read More »

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Can You Divorce Your Spouse if They Have Dementia?

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

You may have vowed to love and cherish your spouse in sickness and in health, until death do you part. However, keeping this view is not always easy, especially if your spouse develops a terminal illness such as dementia. A person can live with dementia for many years, which can be frustrating for their… Read More »

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