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Steps to Buying a Home, Part 4: The Under-Contract Phase, Continued
Last month, we discussed the due diligence phase of homebuying. This month, we’re examining the rest of the under-contract phase and discussing what to expect.
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Steps to Buying a Home, Part 3: What to Do Under Contract
When you make an offer on the house and the seller accepts it, you and the seller must sign a contract stating your intention to purchase should all contingencies be met. Contingencies are factors that can cause the temporary deal to fall through, releasing both the buyer and the seller from the contract without penalty....
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Steps to Buying a Home, Part 2: Three Offer Responses
Once you find a property worth pursuing, your next step is to submit a competitive, thought-out offer that satisfies both the seller and you.
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Steps to Buying a Home, Part 1: From Preapproval to Offers
To help explain the homebuying process, we’re providing a 5-part series about the steps to buying a home. Today we’re covering preapproval and making an offer.
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What You Should Know About Contesting a Will in Georgia
To help guide you through the process of contesting a will, here are some things you should consider.
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4 Common Questions about Conservatorship
What’s the difference between conservatorship and conservator? Are there different types of conservatorships? When is a conservatorship necessary?
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What’s the difference between a guardianship and conservatorship?
Whether you have a loved one who is a minor or full-grown adult who is unable to make sound decisions, there are legal roles you can pursue to care for them – guardianship or conservatorship.
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FAQs – Guardianship in Georgia
What is a guardian? What are the different types of guardianship? What is the difference between a permanent and emergency guardianship?
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Understanding Powers of Attorney in Georgia
A powers of attorney document is used when an individual wants to appoint another person to be in charge of their financial or medical decisions in case they cannot make sound decisions.
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