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Rent Control SFU Exemption Deadline

Rent Control SFU Exemption Deadline

DEADLINE APPROACHING – If you are a landlord exempt from statewide rent control in California, you must notify your tenants that you are exempt in writing by August 1, 2020.

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BB&L Coronavirus May Update

BB&L Coronavirus May Update

Law firm Baker, Burton & Lundy is serving clients safely during the COVID-19 crisis. Although there has been a loosening of the Stay at Home orders, the reopening of the offices of BB&L will be calibrated to keep its clients and family of employees safe.

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BBL COVID-19 Update

BBL COVID-19 Update

During this tumultuous and uncertain time of the coronavirus crisis, we want to reach out and let you know that the law office of Baker, Burton & Lundy is still active to meet your legal needs.

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How to Negotiate Casualty Issues in Commercial Leases

How to Negotiate Casualty Issues in Commercial Leases

By Clint Wilson & Brian Selogie

With worsening wildfires, heavy rains, and mudslides threatening commercial structures across the State, the importance of casualty provisions in California commercial leases has increased in recent years.

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BB&L Congratulates New Partner Evan Koch

BB&L Congratulates New Partner Evan Koch

Baker, Burton & Lundy is pleased to announce that trial lawyer Evan Koch has been made a partner. Evan’s skill in getting results for his clients was noticed by the legal community and he has been recognized as a Rising Star by SuperLawyers in 2014 – 2018.

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Property Line Issues – Good Fences Make Good Neighbors

Property Line Issues – Good Fences Make Good Neighbors

If good fences make good neighbors, what happens when the fence you share with your neighbor has been constructed on your side of the property line depriving you of a portion of your property and allowing your neighbor exclusive use and access to a portion of your property?

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Thanksgiving Reflections

Thanksgiving Reflections

By Brad N. Baker

Although the challenges in our lives seem to be headed our way with increasing speed, the blessings that we are given far exceed the challenges when a moment is taken to reflect.

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The Difference Between Probate vs. Wills vs. Trusts

Estate planning attorney Christine Daniels explains the differences between probate vs. wills vs. trusts to help people make better decisions for their estate plans.

Many of my friends don’t really know what estate planning means. Granted, most of them are my age, in their mid-twenties and have been lucky enough to not have experienced a parent’s unexpected, premature passing. Nonetheless, having an idea of the three main ways to administer the assets after a loved one’s passing is good info to have in your back pocket.

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News on Portability for Estate Planning

News on Portability for Estate Planning

Recent estate law changes have created new opportunities for people with less than $10 million in assets to reduce future income taxes for their beneficiaries.
Brad N. Baker, senior estate planning attorney at Baker, Burton & Lundy, describes what basis is and how the new opportunities with Portability might affect you.

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