About Ashley Camarneiro

Ashley Camarneiro is an experienced researcher and writer who enjoys writing about real estate, family law, and contract law. Before starting at LawDepot, Ashley worked as a legal assistant in the corporate and family law sector. Outside of work, Ashley spends her time crafting, watching movies, and traveling.

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Setting Up a Month-to-Month Rental

Renting a suite to a tenant month-to-month is different than renting on a fixed term. Find out the basics of renting residential property by month in this post.

/ August 23, 2018
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Understanding the Roles of Officers in a Corporation

An officer is an essential component of a corporation. In this post, find out what an officer position is and how this role fits within the corporate structure.

/ August 14, 2018
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The Basics of End-of-Life Planning

There’s no reason to cause your family and friends additional stress by having them make last-minute funeral arrangements after you pass away. With an End-of-Life plan, you can outline exactly how you want to be remembered. Find out more in...

/ August 2, 2018
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The Basics of Disability Accommodation in the Workplace

Everyone deserves an opportunity to work, which is why there are laws prohibiting companies from discriminating against people with disabilities. In this post, learn more about accommodating employees, including what business necessity means and how it applies to workplace discrimination.

/ July 26, 2018
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How to Create Your Parenting Schedule

Mapping out everyone’s schedule for the summer and creating a good parenting plan is not easy. In this post, discover how to make a parenting arrangement that works for you and your family.

/ July 12, 2018
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How to Rent a Room in Your House

Renting a room in your house is a great way to make extra cash, but it’s not for everyone. In this post, discover if room rental is right for you and what you need to know before you start looking...

/ July 3, 2018