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Disclosure obligations of Arizona sellers

Traditionally, the old phrase "caveat emptor," or "let the buyer beware," applied to sale and purchase of real estate. In other words, although a seller was not allowed to lie or intentionally try to trick someone, they had no legal obligation to talk about their property's defects and shortcomings. It was in the buyer, for example, to find out about the leaky pipe or the disputed boundary in the back yard.

Helping Scottsdale resident resolve estate litigation issues

Despite the utmost care in estate planning, it is in unfortunate fact that some Scottsdale, Arizona, families will find themselves having to argue about an estate in court. The reality is that it is relatively easy for disgruntled family member, friend, charity or creditor to sue and make it harder for the other heirs to get the property to which they are entitled. Moreover, sometimes litigation is necessary, such as when an executor or trustee is not carrying their duties responsibly.

What benefit does a Sub-S corporation offer?

One of the big questions an aspiring entrepreneur in Scottsdale, Arizona, has to ask is how he or she wants to legally structure his or her business. There are many alternatives out there, and choosing the right one involves a number of financial and legal questions.

What are the basics of Arizona guardianships?

Like other states, Arizona has a system in place for a concern relative or friend in Scottsdale to help a loved one who is in need and is not able to take care of himself or herself either because he or she is a minor or because he or she is not physically or mentally able to handle either personal or financial affairs.

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