by Nathan B. Hannah When two or more people buy real estate together, they usually do it in such a way thatthere is a prearranged method for un-doing the ownership, at least in some circumstances.The most common example is when two people buy real estate as joint tenants with rightof survivorship. If one of the […]
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REAL ESTATE LAW UPDATE: October 2021What Is The Homestead Exemption, How Does It Work, and What Has Changed
Nathan B. Hannah is a Shareholder in the Tucson office, and practices in the areas of estate planning and administration, real estate, and commercial transactions. He is also a noted blogger, and you can find more of his articles on his private blog, Contact Attorney Hannah: firstname.lastname@example.org or 520/ 322-5000 This communication is designed to bring legal […]
REAL ESTATE LAW UPDATE: June 2021 Do You Need A Property Assessment Profile? Probably Not
I know I have written about this before, but since I can’t remember when that was, and I can’t find it in my archives, I decided it’s time to address the subject again. Shortly after I recorded a deed for a client a few months ago, the client reported receiving a notice in the mail […]
REAL ESTATE LAW UPDATE: May 2020 Do You Have The Right Real Estate Broker Or Salesperson For The Job?
You probably already know that if you are going to buy or sell a house, a parcel of land, or a commercial property, it would be a good idea to utilize the services of a real estate professional who has experience in transactions involving the type of property you are going to buy or sell. […]
Spencer Smith- Outstanding Pro Bono Attorney
The Law Office of DeConcini McDonald Yetwin & Lacy congratulates attorney Spencer Smith who was chosen by the Southern Arizona Lawyers Association’s Volunteer Lawyers Program as the Outstanding Pro Bono Attorney of the Month for March 2015. The Southern Arizona Legal Aid’s Volunteer Lawyers Program recognizes an attorney for their efforts and contributions to the […]
REAL ESTATE LAW UPDATE: January 2015
Is the ” THE “FORECLOSURE CRISIS” OVER?
It has been a long time since I last wrote about foreclosures, but there is still a lot of discussion, and frankly misinformation, concerning the subject, so I thought I would revisit it, with some personal perspective on what it all means today. What is a foreclosure? In general, it is the legal process that […]