A Power of Attorney (“POA”) is simply a document in which an individual (the “Principal”) appoints someone else to act on his behalf. We call that person either an “Attorney-in-Fact” or an “Agent.” The POA can be a powerful tool to assist in managing the affairs of aging family members, those who travel frequently or… Read More »

On Friday July 7, 2017 CFPB sent out notification that the updates to the TRID Rule were finalized. It’s effective date is October 1, 2018, and the issues addressed in the 560 page update include: 1. Changes to the total of payments calculations 2. Housing assistance lending clarification on transfer tax and recording fees 3.… Read More »