The Hidden Costs of Owning a Home

March 21, 2019 Brian V. Lee

According to the Urban Institute, 63 percent of millennials who bought homes have regrets resulting from underestimating the hidden costs. Zillow found that American homeowners spend nearly $9,400 in hidden costs to own and care for a median-priced home. Let’s [ . . . ]

Austerity Measures, or How to Avoid Bankruptcy, No. 1

March 18, 2019 Brian V. Lee

Austerity measures in Greece have set off violent riots and nationwide strikes over the last decade. In 2010, Greece suffered a sovereign debt crisis, sometimes called the Greek Depression. A member of the European Union, Greece requested a bailout, which [ . . . ]

Hello — Beyoncé

March 17, 2019 Jonathan Archer

I love the way you walk into the room Body shining, lighting up the place And when you talk, everybody stop ‘Cause they know you know just what to say And the way that you protect your friends Baby, I [ . . . ]

Retail Therapy Is a Symptom, Not a Cure

March 15, 2019 LaTashia Williams

Americans love to shop.  The shopping process can be an emotionally gratifying experience, allowing us to exercise freedom of choice and expression. But contemplating and planning our purchase generates excitement which combats stress. Oftentimes, retail therapy is a symptom of [ . . . ]

The Six Stages of Civil Litigation

March 11, 2019 Brian V. Lee

Civil litigation can be divided into six distinct stages. Some of these litigation steps sometimes get skipped. At other times, they overlap. But no stage is more important than any other. Here are the six steps of civil litigation. I. [ . . . ]

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