Emotional support animals have understandably struck a chord with many of our followers. Whatever your personal experiences and wherever you stand on this subject, we can finally report that the federal government has embarked on providing clarity in this murky area, assuaging the concerns of many in the rental property industry who lacked guidance.
We are thankful for the opportunity to serve you and renew our dedication in a new season.
As we nearly close the curtain on what has been an eventful year for the rental property industry, Bornstein Law continues our tradition in suggesting some resolutions for 2020 .

We thank our our valued clients, colleagues and referral partners, as well as industry groups aligned with our dedication to protecting owners' rights.

Long after the impromptu toast and the lumpy mashed potatoes are gone, you can rely on our continued and amplified commitment to cauterize risk and look after your bottom line.

A new year may bring new leaks to fix, quite literally and figuratively in your rental business.
From our family to yours, have a blessed holiday.

Gratitude can transform common days into thanksgivings, turn our routine jobs as landlords, property managers, attorneys or real estate professionals into joy and change ordinary opportunities into blessings and we celebrate this gem.