The Pros and Cons of Land Contracts

If you are buying or selling property in the state of Michigan, you can essentially cut out the middle man by handling the sale through a land contract. In such a sale, the seller sets up an installment plan though a contract with the buyer that states the price in addition to how the taxes,… Read more »

Investing in Real Estate? Consult Us First!

Are you buying or selling a commercial or residential property? Don’t make a purchasing decision without consulting the team at The Law Offices of Aaron D. Cox PLLC first to ensure that the process goes smoothly and free of legal complications. There are many reasons as to why you shouldn’t go through the process of… Read more »

Noise, Negligence and General Nuisances: We’re Talking Neighbors

Whether your nearest neighbor is a mile away or just a few feet, living in the same general area as other people can sometimes cause problems. While most people are considerate neighbors, too often others are not that can lead to fights, arguments and other incidents that could have been avoided – or at least… Read more »

When Do You Need Quiet Title Actions?

If you have ever purchased a piece of property, inherited a piece of property, or have had a property ownership dispute, the chances are that you have at least heard of a quiet-title action. Essentially, a quiet-title action is a lawsuit where one party wants to establish their ownership of property over the claims of… Read more »

The Process of a Debt Collection Lawsuit

Businesses of all kinds frequently provide goods and services on credit or other forms of advance. Whether you are a skilled trade working on someone’s private residence or commercial property, a financial institution extending loans, or just a small business who sells products on an open account, each of these businesses eventually face the same… Read more »

Help for Property Managers

Being a property manager can be an incredibly rewarding job, but like all professions, it comes with its share of problems. Even if you’ve only been a property manager for a short period of time, you’ve likely encountered an issue with one of your clients. In most cases, these issues are minor and can be… Read more »

Year-End Wrap Up: What Records to Get in Order Now

Tax time comes around every April, and with 2015 now drawn to a close, it’s never too early to start preparing forms and documents as a landlord. There are two types of records you must have for tax purposes: a record of your rental income and expenses as well as supporting documents for them. Did… Read more »