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Property Owners Waive All Claims And Defenses Against Lender After Foreclose

Laying Down the Law

Christopher J. Charles, Esq. Owner, Founder, Provident Law   Pursuant to Arizona’s deed of trust statutes, if a borrower defaults on her mortgage obligations, the lender may foreclosure non-judicially by… Read more

You’re Not In Kansas Anymore: A Cautionary Tale Concerning Real Estate Transactions in Arizona

Laying Down the Law

Christopher J. Charles, Esq. Owner/Founder Provident Law Special Guest Writer Eric L. Walberg Attorney, Provident Law   With interest rates hovering at historic lows and prices generally stable, many experts… Read more

Mediating Real Estate Disputes

Laying Down the Law

Christopher J. Charles, Esq. Founder, Provident Law   Most real estate transactions close escrow relatively smoothly and involve happy clients. But if you work in this industry long enough, sooner… Read more

Joint Owners Of Easement Must Share Costs To Maintain Easement

Laying Down the Law

Christopher J. Charles, Esq. Founder, Provident Law   When multiple property owners share interests in an easement, who must pay for the easement’s maintenance? If the recorded easement describes who… Read more

Whose Business Is It Anyway? Considerations for Dividing Assets In A Divorce

Laying Down the Law

Christopher J. Charles, Esq. Provident Law Special Guest Writer David W. Ronald, Esq.   Sadly, according to recent statistics, roughly half of marriages end in divorce. When “irreconcilable differences” occur,… Read more

HUD Says Screening Based on Arrest Record May Violate Fair Housing Act

Laying Down the Law

Christopher J. Charles, Esq. Provident Law   As many as 100 million U.S. adults – or nearly one-third of the population – have a criminal record1. The U.S. Department of… Read more

What You Need to Know About Crowdfunding

Laying Down the Law

Written by Christopher J. Charles Special Guest Writer Andy G. Anderson Provident Law   I have a soft spot for freebies – giveaways, handouts, complimentary gifts, whatever you prefer to… Read more

Court Rules that Provisional Remedies Apply to Breach of Lease

Laying Down the Law

Christopher J. Charles, Esq. Provident Law   The Maricopa County Superior Court recently ruled in favor of Provident Law’s client and found that Arizona’s provisional remedies statutes, A.R.S. §§ 12-1521… Read more

When In Doubt, Disclose

Laying Down the Law

Christopher J. Charles, Esq. Provident Law   It has been famously said that “with great power comes great responsibility.”1 This is especially true for REALTORS® who, under Article 26 of… Read more

The Dodd-Frank Act and Post-Possession Agreements

Laying Down the Law

Christopher J. Charles, Esq. Provident Law   As discussed in this column’s recent article regarding pre-possession agreements, key provisions of the Dodd Frank Act (“Dodd Frank”) took effect in 2015…. Read more

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