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Getting Your Security Deposit Back

This information provides a brief overview of what to do if your landlord won't give you your security deposit back when you move out.

Lead-Based Paint Disclosure Form

Landlords, Sellers or Agents and contractors are required to give you a warning statement on housing built before 1978. This is the form.

Medicaid for Nursing Home Residents

Questions and Answers on Medicaid for Nursing Home Residents. Rules change frequently so please check with your DHS office or a lawyer familiar with Medicaid for more specific information.

Protect Your Family From Lead

For homes built before 1978, lead paint can be hazardous to young children or pregnant women. Learn about the hazards in this material. Landlords and contractors are required to make certain disclosures about the paint.

Reverse Mortgages

Information about Reverse Mortgages, a way for Seniors to convert home equity into cash.

Understanding Elder Law Ethics

Understanding the Four C's of Elder law Ethics: client identification, conflicts of interest, confidentiality, compentency.

Getting Your Security Deposit Back

This information provides a brief overview of what to do if your landlord won't give you your security deposit back when you move out.

Medicaid for Nursing Home Residents

Questions and Answers on Medicaid for Nursing Home Residents. Rules change frequently so please check with your DHS office or a lawyer familiar with Medicaid for more specific information.

Multi-Family Housing, Tenant Rights & Responsibilities

As a resident of a HUD-assisted multifamily housing project, you should be aware of your rights.

When A Surviving Joint Tenant Dies

If you own a house in joint tenancy with the right of survivorship and the individual that you have the joint tenancy with dies, you can terminate the tenancy and place the home in your name only.

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