Pros and Cons of 10 Common Commercial Real Estate Investments

When investing in commercial real estate, the first thing you should consider is the type of investment you want to make. There are many different types to consider, each with pros and cons. Here are 10 common ones to consider: 

1. Mixed-Use Buildings 

In crowded cities and main streets across America, mixed-use buildings are used for a combination of retail, office, industrial, institutional, cultural, and residential purposes. 

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Understanding your Rights When Arrested for Drug Possession

We never believe we’re going to have an unpleasant encounter with law enforcement and get arrested for drug possession, but it can happen to just about anyone. Whether you’ve been arrested many times, or this is your first run-in with the law, knowing how to respond will lessen your chances of making a costly mistake. Continue reading “Understanding your Rights When Arrested for Drug Possession”

6 Biggest Mistakes You Can Make While Filing for Divorce

Divorce proceedings present challenges for everyone involved. They’re an emotionally charged situation; when feelings are this taut, it’s difficult to make rational choices.

In addition, the divorce process can be confusing. Many laws and regulations dictate what you and your spouse will have to go through, even if you probably wish it could be over swiftly. Continue reading “6 Biggest Mistakes You Can Make While Filing for Divorce”

6 Factors to Consider When Selecting a Nursing Home For Your Parent

The circle of life is such that children grow and eventually must care for their parents. As your parents continue to age, you may find that you can no longer provide the hands-on care that they need. One solution is to place them in a nursing home or long-term care facility that will allow them to thrive in the sunset of their lives. But how do you choose the right one? Continue reading “6 Factors to Consider When Selecting a Nursing Home For Your Parent”