Maintenance Fees

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After New Connecticut Law, Sharing the Road also Means Sharing the Costs

Connecticut has enacted a new law, Public Act 14-67 (the “Act”), that now by statute allocates the costs to maintain, repair, and restore private easements and rights-of-way among certain users of those rights. The Act took...more

Fees are only part of a 401(k) Plan’s problem

10 years before I went on my own and started my own practice, I started The Rosenbaum Law Firm P.C. It was a side venture, kind of an attempt to see if I can start my own practice without actually having to leave my day job....more

Who Pays for Maintenance When an Easement Is Jointly Owned?

When you purchased your house a few years ago, you knew that an easement on the property allowed the neighbors to use a back alley on your lot to access their property. You and the neighbors actually are co-owners of the...more

Paying Your Dues ... Your Maintenance Fees Will Become Significantly More Expensive

The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has recently published increases in maintenance fees that are effective on March 19, 2013. Careful attention to your maintenance fee schedule may provide a savings for...more

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