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What is a Residential Real Estate Contract?

What is a residential real estate contract? A real estate contract provides the details as to a sale and purchase of a property. Specifically, among other provisions, the purchase price, deposit and financing, legal description of the property, and closing date are clearly stated. Such details are set in writing to make sure the seller […]
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Estate Planning vs. Will: What’s the Difference?

While estate planning and writing a will often go hand in hand, they’re actually entirely different terms. Simply put, an estate plan is a broader plan of action for your assets that may apply during your life as well as after your death. A will, on the other hand, dictates where your assets will go […]
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Copyrights: What They Are and How to Register Them

Whether you realize it or not, you’re most likely already a copyright owner. In basic terms, copyrights grants someone legal protection for their “original works of authorship.” This can include a wide variety of works, such as paintings, sculptures, and even software or sound recordings. It can also include a lot less formal things such […]
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Non-Fungible Tokens and Copyright Law: What Artists Can Do To Protect Themselves

Copyright infringement in the online world has been an issue ever since the inception of the internet. With a copy-and-paste culture, it’s never been easier to pass off a funny tweet as one’s own, upload unauthorized versions of chart-topping songs, and repurpose jaw-dropping photographs and videos. Now that nonfungible tokens have entered into the arena, […]
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Domestic Asset Protection Trusts: What You Need to Know

A few years ago, Michigan passed an Act in Michigan that authorized the creation, funding and administration of domestic asset protection trusts (DAPTs). This statutory recognition of DAPTs gives Michigan residents a significant new opportunity to protect assets from the claims of third-party creditors. How a DAPT Can Protect You Without a DAPT, if you […]
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