President’s Day is Monday, February 15, and we’ll be here if you need us. Courts are also open that day, so it will be business as usual.
From all of us at Loebsack & Brownlee, PLLC, we want to say a very heartfelt thank you to our Veterans. We are humbled by your sacrifice and indebted to you for your service. Thank you.
We are happy to transmit your invoices to your OPS account electronically and we are probably already connected with your management company as a vendor. In order for us to transmit invoices to OPS, however, we need you to request us on the property level (not management company level). This connection is not something that we are able to initiate – we must receive an invitation from you. Please see the instructions below that OPS provided to us. We do not have access to your side of the software, so we are unfamiliar with how this works… Read More
On June 17, a letter was emailed out to all clients regarding SCRA Compliance and the need to adjust our flat fee rates on a county-by-county basis as counties come on board with those new requirements. As of the time of this post, the following counties are requiring the new affidavits, and the cost of attorney fees in those counties has been adjusted. If you have any questions, please contact Michael Bell and he will assist you. Also, check out the cost estimator on the Processes page. It will estimate the total cost for you based on the… Read More
We all know the dangers of multi-tasking. Texting and driving; walking and chewing gum; the list goes on and on. Today’s lesson is that multi-tasking can get you evicted from your apartment as well. We recently evicted a tenant for stabbing her neighbor during a fight. What does that have to do with multi-tasking? Glad you asked. At trial the tenant testified that when the fight broke out she was so frightened for her safety that she went inside to call 911. All that fighting must have caused her to work up an appetite, though, because while… Read More