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Can I be Evicted if I Refuse to Answer the Door?

A part of the eviction process that is designed to protect the rights of both landlords and tenants by requiring specific notification requirements. This is both to provide time for tenants to make other living arrangements and to provide landlords with However what is a landlord to do if the tenant on record refuses to [..]

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Introducing Limitless Law PLLC

Dear Clients, Colleagues, and Friends, Thank you for your support and for working with me and Next Generation Legal Services PLLC over the past year.  I am happy to announce that our firm has a new name for the New Year – introducing Limitless Law PLLC.  Nothing else will change – we are still here in [..]

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5 Myths About Wills

There is a myth about wills that you don’t need to do a will if you are not rich. Wills are valuable tools that can address what you want done with your remains or even your pets after you die. You can easily designate the person who you want to take you pets, if you [..]

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Deed of Trust or Mortgage – What’s the Difference?

When preparing to buy a home you may be encountering some confusing terms about possible financing options. Bellow are two financed options for real estate that you might run across, a deed of trust or a mortgage. A deed of trust transfers the interest in your property to an impartial third party called a trustee. [..]

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What’s Up With a Pre-Nup?

Congratulations, you are engaged! When you are planning on getting married, a prenuptial agreement can be a good thing to consider in your wedding preparations. In order for a prenuptial agreement to be valid and enforceable, a prenup must: be completed before marriage, be written, be notarized, be entered into voluntarily by both parties, have [..]

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The 411 on Social Purpose Corporations

There’s a new type of company in town (in Washington State) – the “Social Purpose Corporation”! This new invention has some people very excited and there are some definite pros and cons to this type of corporate format. On the one side of the corporate spectrum, we have profit corporations, which are formed for the [..]

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The 411 on Your 341 Meeting

When you file for bankruptcy, you are required to have a 341 Meeting with Creditors. The 341 meeting is where you meet with the trustee in your bankruptcy case. Your trustee is kind of your case manager for your bankruptcy, overseeing your paperwork and making sure the process goes smoothly.  The meeting of creditors allows [..]

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I-502 – Can a business lawyer be your cannabis business lawyer?

I recently had the opportunity to attend another great legal seminar on the ever-changing landscape of the cannabis business here in Washington State. I attend educational workshops on this topic regularly, to stay informed and up to date on the issues, because several of my clients are holders of or applicants for I-502 licenses. It [..]

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What can we do for you? Our Mission Statement

Our Mission Statement is: That the law should work for you (and your clients and loved ones) not against you; That an attorney’s focus can be on solving potential legal issues before they arise- through proper planning and careful drafting, rather than on crisis management; That sometimes, lawyers should wear suits, not file (law)suits. Legal [..]

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Announcing…Our New York Neighborhood Office!

Next Generation Legal Services is proud to announce that we now have TWO great offices in the Bellingham area to meet the unique needs of our clients. Our new office is at Gateway Centre in the historic York Neighborhood – 1313 East Maple Street (next to the infamous Boomer’s Drive In). It features MORE space, [..]

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