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Posts Tagged ‘Delaware’

Location. Location. Location.

There may not be a more commonly associated phrase with the purchasing of real estate than, “Location. Location. Location.” The inherent meaning is that location ranks as the number one, two and three most important factors in a client’s buying process. We can all understand why a homeowner may feel this way. City versus suburbs…

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Proud of Realtor Relationships

Folks around New Castle County and all throughout the First State know that we are very involved in the real estate community. From industry associations to educational associates, we feel is important to offer our investment of time in the communities we serve. Nothing makes us happier to see our relationships grow with the dozens…

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Slip and Fall Injury, but Do You Have a Case?

We will begin by mentioning that there is no question that there is a stigma associated with Slip and Fall injuries. Young people today may be shocked to learn that many years ago, we all lived in a world with far fewer cameras. There were no cameras in our phones. No cameras in our cars.…

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Details Make the Difference in Commercial Law

There are very few certainties when starting your own business. How long is it going to take until you turn a profit? What’s the best way to advertise your services? How can you find, train and keep a reliable staff? Certain truths we can only come to through trial and error. However, there are certain errors…

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Estate Probate and Fighting for Fairness

When a relative or loved one passes away, it can make for a pretty tough time. Making it through the funeral and all of the plans and accommodations that come with it can be difficult as we reconcile emotions and deal with those others that share our grief. When an individual dies, if he or…

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Stop Creditor Harassment Today!

If you are behind on your bills, you undoubtedly know by now what it is like to deal with the endless calls from creditors morning, noon and night. There comes a point for everyone in this position where one must be honest about the next steps. What is reasonable for someone in your position? Is…

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How Does the Court Determine What is in the Best Interest of the Child?

In cases of child custody regardless of whether or not there is a disagreement between parental parties, the Court is going to evaluate what is in the best interest of the child as it relates to living arrangements, schooling and relationships. So what does the Court take into account when determining the question of custody…

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Talk to a Lawyer if You Have Questions About Social Security

In Delaware, you do not need an attorney to file for Social Security Disability. It’s true. Claimants can file documents themselves. However, it is highly recommended that folks do not do this because roughly two thirds (about 65%) of those filing initial claims are denied. Claims can be denied for mistakes and omissions and wait…

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GDWG Now Assisting Clients Seeking to File for Bankruptcy

For those of you following the firm, you know that over the past year or two, we have been growing at an incredible pace. In addition to David C. Gagne and Achille C. Scache joining our team, we have added a number of support staff and even moved to our new law center in Pike…

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