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Getting Guidance wrong and the perils of not updating legislation

MHCLG recently (April 2019) put out a guidance document called “Landlord and tenant rights and responsibilities in the private rented sector“. Under a heading “Guidance for tenants renting in the private sector: rights, responsibilities and advice”, on page 12 are … Continue reading

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FERC Considers Updating Transmission Infrastructure Development Incentives Policy

FERC issued a Notice of Inquiry (NOI) on March 21 seeking stakeholder comment on the scope and implementation of its electric transmission infrastructure development incentives regulations and policy. Read more detail on Recent Administrative Law posts –

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Updating Your Estate Plan After Divorce

A divorce changes not only your life but plans you made in the event of your death. You likely named your former spouse as the primary beneficiary or caretaker in your estate planning documents. Once your divorce is final, Illinois … Continue reading

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Facebook’s Updating Business Pages and There’s Nothing to Fear!

In the past weeks, you may have received notification from Facebook that they will be changing your business page template. PS is here to report that this is nothing to fear! Facebook has taken the initiative to make these updates… … Continue reading

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Why Updating Your Beneficiary Forms is Crucial When You Have A Special Needs Trust

A Special Needs Trust is an important tool to utilize if you have a child or grandchild with disabilities whom you wish to leave an inheritance when you pass away. In order to receive public benefits such as Medicaid and … Continue reading

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