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Question: What information may an employer access from an employee’s employer-issued mobile device?
Title VII is a federal law which seeks to address discrimination and harassment in workplaces. Title VII regulates employers with 15 or more employees. Title VII prohibits harassment of individuals based on the following protected characteristics: race, color, national origin, sex, religion, and some other factors. What constitutes harassment? For an employee to bring a […]
Q: A few years ago my neighbor put up a fence, and I think it encroaches onto my property by a few inches. Does my neighbor have a claim for adverse possession for part of my land?
Q: I was thinking about hiring a contractor to do some work on my house, but I’ve heard horror stories about unlicensed contractors doing shoddy work and running off before the work is finished. What can I do to protect myself?
Q: I’d like to purchase property at an upcoming Tax Deed sale. What do I need to do, and what should I be aware of?
Q: A code inspector recently notified me about a code violation concerning my property. What is the process of enforcing a code violation?
When we think about estate planning, we generally focus on our family and friends, but what about our pets that may outlive us?
Do you have a collection that you wish to sell? If so, the IRS may determine that your collection is composed of “collectibles” and apply a 28% capital gains tax rate to any gain you may acquire from the sale of your collection. Generally, for most taxpayers, the capital gains tax rate is 15%.
Q: I raise wild birds for sale as pets on my property. Can I qualify for an agricultural tax exemption for my property?