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  • When you’re writing a Resignation Letter, it can be tempting to include all your thoughts and feelings about your job, which can make you seem unprofessional. This post highlights some best practices—as well as things to avoid—to help you craft a professional Resignation Letter. The post Resignation Letter Etiquette: Do’s and Don’ts appeared first on LawDepot Blog.

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  • Millennials make up the vast majority of renters, but how do they differ from tenants in other generations? Find out five ways you can market your rental property to them in this post. The post 5 Things Millennials Care About When Renting appeared first on LawDepot Blog.

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  • It can be easy to get bogged down with the hectic flow of job application processes and lose your motivation to continue. In this post, we offer some organizational hacks to manage your Cover Letter and Resume files and applications so you can focus on your job hunt. The post How to Organize Your Job Search appeared first on LawDepot Blog.

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  • When your child is traveling, make sure that you provide the proper documentation so their trip goes smoothly. In this post, we take a look at 3 common situations where you should use a Child Travel Consent form. The post 3 Situations to Use a Child Travel Consent Form appeared first on LawDepot Blog.

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  • You can easily embarrass yourself and upset others if you don’t follow certain customs when attending a funeral. In this post, find out how you can be respectful and considerate during a memorial service by never doing these five things. The post 5 Funeral Faux Pas You Shouldn’t Forget appeared first on LawDepot Blog.

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  • Discussing what might happen after you pass away can be difficult, but with an End-of-Life Plan to help sort out your memorial service and other decisions, the discussion can be a little easier. In this post, we explore what this new document is and how it can help round out your estate plan. The post How to Complete Your Estate Plan with a New Document appeared first on LawDepot Blog.

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  • Did you know that you the seller of a home can choose to offer financing for the buyer through owner financing? Find out more about this option for buying real estate in this post. The post What is Owner Financing in Real Estate? appeared first on LawDepot Blog.

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  • A good job reference can make you stand out from other candidates. Use these tips when asking for references to help you land your dream job. The post 4 Ways to Ask for a Job Reference appeared first on LawDepot Blog.

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  • There are a few ways that tenants might violate their residential lease contract without intending to. In this post, we discuss some basics on breaching contracts, ways tenants might violate their leases, and how to avoid some of those scenarios. The post How to Avoid Breaching Your Residential Lease appeared first on LawDepot Blog.

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  • Bankruptcy affects hundreds of thousands of Americans every year, and it leaves many of them in the lurch when it comes to their inheritances. In this blog post, we discuss some of the consequences bankruptcy has on people’s ability to claim inheritances or plan their estate. The post Breaking Bank: How Bankruptcy Affects Inheritances and Estate Plans appeared first on LawDepot Blog.

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  • Did you know that different states have different rules for what you need to be legally married? In order to be considered married by law, you’ll need to make sure you follow the requirements set out by your state. Find out more about what you need to be legally married in this post. The post What Do You Need to Get a Marriage License? appeared first on LawDepot Blog.

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  • Boilerplate clauses, also known as standard, miscellaneous, or general clauses, are located at the end of most corporate legal documents. They provide instructions on how to act in a variety of situations and clarify the relationship between the parties. Learn more about common boilerplate clauses and why they're important. The post Boilerplate Clauses in a Legal Document appeared first on LawDepo...

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  • Spring is a time for change—even in the rental market. This blog post discusses 3 things landlords can to for new tenants, existing tenants, and property maintenance to make the spring rental season straightforward and stress-free. The post 3 Spring Preparations Landlords Should Make appeared first on LawDepot Blog.

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  • Selling shared assets is an essential step in the divorce process. In this post, learn about how to prepare for selling your shared property and items in a divorce sale. The post 3 Tips for Selling Items in a Divorce Sale appeared first on LawDepot Blog.

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  • No one wants to fight with their roommate every time they come home. Find out how you can prevent unnecessary disagreements by including these 5 important clauses in your Roommate Agreement. The post 5 Must-Have Clauses for Your Roommate Agreement appeared first on LawDepot Blog.

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  • Sometimes there are matters that can be resolved outside a court of law, for example, business purchases, debt collections, or intellectual property disputes. In many of these cases, a letter with a specific request, e.g. for payment or an action, can be written by one party to another to settle the issue and save on legal fees. The post Letters of the Law: Letter of Intent, Demand Letter, and Cea...

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  • Our resource roundup for new homeowners provides you with the information you need to make informed decisions when it comes to buying your first home. The post Resource Roundup for New Homeowners appeared first on LawDepot Blog.

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  • Knowing about corporate structure, such who a shareholder and a director are, is the first step in creating a successful business. Get started by finding out the definitions and differences between these roles in a corporation. The post Shareholders Versus Directors in a Corporation appeared first on LawDepot Blog.

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  • There have been changes in some states’ legislation regarding the treatment of pets in separation and divorce proceedings—specifically regarding how pets are divided between split couples. In this post, we discuss the current condition of pet custody in the U.S. and how you can sort it out with a Pet Agreement. The post Who Gets the Pets in a Divorce? appeared first on LawDepot Blog.

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  • The executor of a Will is responsible for making a lot of different decisions, but are their limits to their powers? This post goes through an executor’s responsibilities and gives examples of what they can and can’t do. The post Things Your Executor Can and Can’t Do appeared first on LawDepot Blog.

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  • It’s important to plan your estate, but what exactly is an estate, and what does it include? Everyone has an estate, and everyone should take the time to plan for what happens to it when they pass away. This post gives you a clear look at estates and answers some common questions. The post Common Questions About Estates appeared first on LawDepot Blog.

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  • Traveling without your children? If you have to pick a temporary guardian to care for your children in your absence, you may want to ask them these four questions to ensure they’re capable of handling the responsibilities that come with guardianship. The post 4 Questions to Ask Your Child’s Temporary Guardian appeared first on LawDepot Blog.

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  • You only have about half a page in a Cover Letter to prove that you’re the strongest candidate for an open job position. In this post, we’ll cover a few of the most common mistakes you simply can’t afford to make in your Cover Letter. The post 6 Common Cover Letter Mistakes appeared first on Blog of LawDepot.

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