An Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA) allows you to appoint someone (an attorney or attorneys) to act on your behalf if you are unable to make decisions about your finances either because you are mentally incapacitated (such as being in a coma or having dementia or Alzheimer’s) or on an extended vacation and away from home.
If you have decided to separate or divorce, I’m sure that it was a very difficult and stressful decision to make. This is, no doubt, one of the most important decisions anyone can make especially when there are children involved. Parents need to ensure that their children are affected by their decision as little as possible. Separating and dividing matrimonial property so that each party receives a fair division as amicably as possible is paramount to the effects of divorce on a family.
At HART LAW OFFICE, our goal is to help you through the process of divorce explaining all of your rights and entitlements and those of your children regarding support obligations and property division. Our aim is to alleviate some of the stress and assist you with this major life changing transition.
Are you purchasing your first home? Maybe you are trading up and buying and selling at the same time? You could be having a custom home built or perhaps your children have all moved out and you are downsizing.
Buying, selling or building a new home can be very exciting but it can also be stressful as it often represents one of the most important and largest financial commitments you can make.
At HART LAW OFFICE, we understand that realtors are explaining all about real property reports, compliances, holdbacks and asking you to sign contracts and the banks are explaining the different types of mortgage products on the market. Our focus at HART LAW OFFICE is to make your experience of buying and/or selling a home a relatively easy and stress-free transaction.