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July 22nd, 2022
Bryan L. Page

Unfortunately, there are regular reports of drug use and manufacturing throughout our communities in Washington. If you are a property owner, questions could arise about what happens if you buy a property contaminated by past drug use or, if you are a landlord, what happens if your tenant contaminates your property. Thankfully, there is a…

June 28th, 2022
Colin R. Morrow

It used to be that if you had physical stuff (also known as tangible personal property or “TPP” for short) you wished to pass on at death to someone in particular (for example, “I give grandma’s diamond ring to cousin Tansy” etc.) then that gift language needed to be written into your will. That’s easy…

May 24th, 2022
Sara Brennan

Whenever real property is co-owned by multiple individuals, disputes are bound to happen. The owners may disagree about how to develop or maintain the property, whether to sell the property, and so on. The rights of each individual and how disputes among them may be settled depend greatly on the kind of tenancy at play,…

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