Another election day looms in less than one week, and I know you are racking your brain trying to answer one crucial question: What judges should I vote for on Tuesday? The Good news is that once again, I have some cheat sheets for all of you to
Answer: Because you do not want to risk flushing your money down the toilet. You have probably heard people say that you don’t really need a lawyer for a real estate transaction. Or you may be under the impression that real estate
This is not about real estate. However, some of you (wink, wink, no judgment here) should be aware of an important change in the DUI laws, which provides a more common sense approach to the issue of pot use and driving. Until Governor Rauner
The 2015 Second installment real estate tax bills for Cook County have been released as of 10:00am this morning. For Chicago residents, this bill has been highly anticipated (dreaded) since the 2015 re-assessments were announced. As I wrote
“This project will create thousands of jobs and generate new economic opportunities for residents in our neighborhoods,” Mayor Rahm Emanuel said. Source: City closes $500M redevelopment deal for Old Main Post Office Hat tip to the Sun
In the second installment of my series on closing costs, I will tackle title charges. Generally speaking, when you buy or sell a home, the closing of the transaction takes place at a title company. The title company has two main roles: 1.
If you have ever bought or sold a home, you know that there are all sorts of charges that you incur in addition to the purchase price, which are known to most as “closing costs.” We all know about them, but estimating the final number
How much do you charge? This seems like a no-brainer, but I am surprised at how often people do not ask me during the introduction phone call. There is no reason to be shy! No one expects the attorney to work for free, but you need to know that