The world is composed of naturally-occurring elements that make up the essence of life — from the water we drink to the air we breathe to the cells that make up our human anatomy. Elements in their purest form cannot be divided into simpler substances; in this indivisibility, there is an inherent strength. Connecting with what is natural, or being “in your element”, offers an internal fortitude that often triggers success.
At the Law Offices of Peter N. Brewer, we are in our element when we are delivering excellent legal services and an outstanding client experience. Part of that fundamental mission is providing relevant resources for the broader real estate community. In this month’s edition of our real estate law newsletter, our firm focuses on the theme of being in your element. We join forces with a master arborist to present a joint webinar about the critical elements of tree care and urban responsibility. We provide a library of resources about the legal basics of neighbor disputes over trees, shrubs, and roots. Finally, we discuss important elements of rent-to-buy arrangements and homestead exemptions in blog articles from Ashlee D. Adkins and Henry Chuang.
Highlights in this month’s issue:
–Register for our upcoming webinar about tree maintenance, boundary disputes, and neighbor tree rights, presented in conjunction with A Plus Tree, Inc.
–Access a wealth of resources about the legal implications of trees, shrubs, and roots
–Check out recent blog articles published by Henry Chuang and Ashlee D. Adkins
–Catch up on recent updates from the firm, including trips, speaking engagements, trial victories, and more.
We hope you enjoy reading the August edition of our newsletter!