He also takes party drugs and for a while, was taking quite high amounts of MDMA on a weekly basis, which pretty much wiped him out the day or two after.

I have always been uncomfortable around drugs, although he did not really know the extent of my discomfort, and I can’t take them myself due to mental health.

There is an additional notice requirement for claims against design professionals (including construction managers that have a design component in their contract) arising out of injuries that occur more than 10 years after the completion of construction. Many services will convert paper records to digital archives, but it’s not inexpensive.

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It’s one of the hazards of being a licensed professional…

and another reason why you may want to raise your fees.

He dropped back to once a month after I expressed concerns about escalation and he acknowledges that he has some susceptibility to addiction, although he is not currently dependent.

One serious issue we had was that he gave me an STI.

We spent this weekend sorting our project files and filled dozens of storage boxes.

As licensed architects, we may as well be liable for all of eternity. In the state of New York where we practice, there is no statute of repose. There is essentially no limit on when a claim for negligence may be filed against us. There is limited space for archive storage, so we’ll need to rent local space. Note, however, that an owner’s cause of action accrues against a builder upon completion of construction. We are moving to a small office located in our home.(We’ll talk about fees again another day.) From sdvlaw.com: There is no statute of repose in New York for construction claims.