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When a Tenant Needs to Modify a Rental Unit to Accommodate a Disability, What Rights and Responsibilities Do the Tenant and their Landlord Have?

Sometimes, a tenant with a disability will need to physically modify a rental unit in order to meet their living needs. They might need grab bars in the bathroom, a wheelchair ramp up to the door, a flashing door light instead of a doorbell, or lowered kitchen counters; as a few examples. When this happens,…

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Should You Go To Law School? Arguments For and Against (part 3 of 4)

Welcome to part 3 of this series, which will discuss why going solo could be a lawyer’s best shot at personal satisfaction and financial success. Part 1 of the series discussed financial aspects of becoming a lawyer that anyone thinking about going to law school should read:https://freerangelaw.net/2019/04/30/should-you-go-to-law-school-arguments-for-and-against-part-1-of-4/, and part 2 of the series discussed what…

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Should You Go To Law School? Arguments For and Against (part 2 of 4)

Welcome to part 2 of this series, which will discuss what it is like to work in the legal profession. Part 1 of the series discussed financial aspects of becoming a lawyer that anyone thinking about going to law school should read: https://freerangelaw.net/2019/04/30/should-you-go-to-law-school-arguments-for-and-against-part-1-of-4/. If you follow this blog, you probably have a favorite lawyer show.…

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When Contracts Do and Do Not Need to be in Writing: Meet the Statute of Frauds

When a person enters into an important contract, it is common wisdom that they should get the agreement in writing. Getting a contract in writing generally makes good sense. A written document provides solid evidence that an agreement existed in the first place, and clearly lays out the expectations and obligations of each party to…

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Freedom of Religion: It’s Freedom to Believe, But Not to Break the Law

In recent years, many cases have made news – and ignited public controversy – where conflicts arose between one person’s exercise of their legal rights, and another person’s exercise of their religious beliefs. Some of the most heated debates have included anti-vaccination parents wanting exemption from vaccination requirements for their children in order to attend…

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