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“Just Shut Up!” – Be Smart & Use the 5th Amendment to Protect Yourself

“Just Shut Up!” That is the answer to: "What to say when the police want to question you?" The Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution states (in part) that no person shall be compelled to bear witness against him/herself in any criminal offense. What does that mean?  In short, it means ...
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What to Consider as a Passenger in a Motor Vehicle Accident

September 2018 - I am a passenger in my friend’s car… strike that, my best friend’s car, and she is involved in a motor vehicle accident. I am seriously hurt.  How can I possibly sue my best friend? This question has been posed to me quite often over the course ...
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Thinking of Buying a Home? Read This First!

July 2018 - The real estate market is heating up on Long Island, and you are thinking about entering the hunt for a home. So, what should you do? First, I would recommend seeing a mortgage banker at the bank you do business with or at a reputable local private mortgage banking ...
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How to Protect Yourself from ‘The Unexpected Lawsuit” and Losing Your American Dream

June 2018 - Life is treating you well. You own a house, a vacation condo, two cars, a retirement fund and some money put away for the kid’s college fund – then crash! You are involved in a motor vehicle accident – and it was your fault. A few months ...
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Misiano Law’s Top 8 Considerations When Buying or Selling a Business

May 2018 - James F. Misiano, P.C. has represented hundreds of entrepreneurs throughout his career in either purchasing or selling a business, so he’s learned a thing or two. Here are his hints and questions to consider for both purchasers and sellers: 1. Is the Business What it Seems? If ...
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Misiano Law Real Estate Purchases and Sales Tips: Home Appraisals

Many stumbling blocks may appear when purchasing or selling a home. Of course, this is why you should obtain legal counsel from an experienced firm such as Misiano Law to protect your best interests in these matters. Today we’ll discuss home appraisals and reflect on a recent story of a ...
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