Entries by Faye Weiner-Jackson

Caveat Emptor

Caveat Emptor Buying a house is a huge investment. Unless you build the house for your family, there may always be some things that you don’t know about your house before you buy it or for years thereafter.   Imagine that of one of the previous owners had died years earlier. The Seller may or may […]

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You’ve Got to Know When to Hold ‘Em.

“You’ve got to know when to hold ’emKnow when to fold ’emKnow when to walk awayAnd know when to runYou never count your moneyWhen you’re sittin’ at the tableThere’ll be time enough for countin’When the dealin’s done.”– Kenny Rogers Mortgages are a bit like gambling. You never know when the “perfect time” to initiate a […]

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Pliability./ˌplīəˈbilədē/noun: the quality of being easily bent; flexibility.– Google Dictionary If you live in New England, the word “pliability” may trigger thoughts about Tom Brady and Alex Guerrero. Arguably, Brady has been able to play into his 40’s and gain legendary status because of his commitment to pliability.  Pliability is a must for the family of all […]

It’s All Your Fault.

Divorce can be messy. More often than not, people just grow apart or want different things from life; however, it is not unusual that clients come to us talking about adultery by one or both of the parties.  What should you do if your spouse cheats on you?  Chose to work work together to save your […]

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Working for the government is typically awesome. Most state and federal employees get incredible health and life insurance benefits.  They also have fairly “normal” hours, without necessity to check email on nights or weekends. These benefits are tossed on the back burner when there is a government shutdown. Unfortunately, these shutdowns have become all too […]