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Tough Talks: 3 Hard Conversations to Have with Aging Parents

Many Americans have elderly parents and are unsure how to discuss difficult topics like estate or funeral planning with them. In this post, we outline three topics you should cover with your parents and several legal documents they’ll find useful.

/ August 9, 2018
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How to Write a Resume for a Career Change

Before you apply for your dream job in a different field, your Resume will need some fine-tuning. Learn more about how to write your Resume for a career change in this post.

/ August 7, 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
When Can a Landlord Enter the Premises

When Can a Landlord Enter the Premises?

Landlords can’t simply enter their tenants’ properties whenever they feel like it. Tenants have rights to privacy and quiet enjoyment, which means landlords can only enter the property under specific circumstances. Find out what those are in this blog post.

/ July 31, 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
4 Signs That a Guest Has Become a Tenant

4 Signs That a Guest Has Become a Tenant

Your tenant has a right to have visitors, but how do you differentiate between a guest that is simply staying for an extended period of time, and someone who has moved in for good? Here are 4 signs to look...

/ July 24, 2018