For the third year in a row, Antonoplos & Associates has been selected to Expertise’s list of Best Real Estate Law Firms in Washington, D.C. “We Looked at 154 Real Estate Law Firms serving Washington DC and Picked the Top 18…Our goal is to connect people with the best local experts. We scored real estate… Read more »
Whether it is a suburban home with a rap-around porch or a high-rise condo in the middle of the city, everyone dreams of one day owning a home. It has become very difficult to own a home in today’s landscape, and there may be many obstacles that keep getting in your way, such as finances… Read more »
Each year, thousands of individuals, diplomats, and business professionals come to Washington, D.C. for either short-term assignments, as long term residents, or as part of a plan to one day become a U.S. citizen. Through the spread of globalization, our world has become more interconnected than ever. Whether these individuals came here in search of… Read more »
Many contracts today, particularly in the construction arena, contain clauses that require the parties to arbitrate rather than litigate any dispute arising out of the contract.
What Every First Time Homebuyer Should Know Before Purchasing Few occasions in life are as momentous as purchasing a home. Much like choosing a mate, a prospective buyer wants both initial attraction and assurances of a successful long-term relationship. Thus, it is crucial to investigate some often-overlooked details to ensure that a home will best… Read more »
Ending a business relationship is a difficult decision for anyone. For medical professionals, especially doctors, the decision to dissolve medical practice can be a painful experience due to the wide range of issues that are specific to the healthcare industry. For doctors contemplating the breakup of medical practice, is much more complex than what non-healthcare… Read more »
On January 31, 2019, the District of Columbia joined the majority of states which recognize the doctrine of equitable adoption. The doctrine of equitable adoption acknowledges a parent-child relationship in the absence of formal adoption or blood relation.
Estate planning for same sex couples may often seem complex or confusing. Whether you are, married or not, you may find the process difficult to understand.
To pay for the new spending, Bowser told The Washington Post in an interview before her speech that she wants the D.C. Council to increase the deed recordation and transfer taxes from 1.45 percent to 2.5 percent
Following the execution of your estate plan documents, the final step of the estate planning process is the orderly transfer of the client’s assets into his or her brand new revocable living trust.