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What Is Seller Take Back Financing December 31, 2018

When a seller wants to close a sale of real estate but the buyer is not yet in a position to fully fund the purchase, the parties can close the sale with the seller taking from the buyer a purchase money note and mortgage in lieu of an all-cash payment.

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WHAT DOES A DC PROBATE ATTORNEY DO? December 27, 2018

A DC probate lawyer assists a personal representative through the administration of a probate estate.  In addition to preparing and filing the necessary legal documents with the probate court to open the probate estate, A DC probate attorney  provides legal advice to the personal representative of the probate estate about their  duties as personal representative. Further, a DC… Read more »

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Antonoplos & Associates Founder Selected To America’s Top 100 Attorneys December 11, 2018

Peter D. Antonoplos Selected to America’s Top 100 Attorneys WASHINGTON, December 10, 2018 (Newswire.com) – Announcing the Lifetime Achievement selection of Peter D. Antonoplos among America’s Top 100 Attorneys®.  Lifetime Achievement selection to America’s Top 100 Attorneys® is by invitation only and is reserved to identify the nation’s most exceptional attorneys whose accomplishments and impact on the legal profession merit… Read more »

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Unsolicited Offers To Purchase Your Real Estate October 29, 2018

Has someone contacted you with an unsolicited offer to purchase your real estate? Maybe you recently opened a probate estate, or inherited the property? You’re not alone. More and more, Personal Representatives, the elderly or recent beneficiaries who inherited real property are routinely receiving unsolicited offers to buy their property. Often in the form of… Read more »

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District of Columbia Estate Tax Update October 1, 2018

District of Columbia Estate Tax Increases 2018 District of Columbia estate tax exemption amounts are set to increase effective Oct 1,2018. Here are the increases and how they affect you. If you need more information about District of Columbia estate tax or to speak with an estate tax professional please contact Antonoplos & Associates. Filing… Read more »

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What Parents Needs to Know About Estate Planning September 18, 2018

What Parents Needs to Know About Estate Planning As a parent having a comprehensive estate plan is central to providing for your family’s security. While it may seem daunting, a well designed estate plan can provide for the financial well-being and care of your children should you be unable to.  The starting point for every… Read more »

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DC Tenant Opportunity to Purchase Act (TOPA) September 15, 2018

DC Tenant Opportunity to Purchase Act (TOPA) What effect does the loss of members have on a tenant association that is statutorily required to represent at least a majority of the tenants? Summary: In an accommodation with five or more units, only the tenant organization has the right to purchase when the Owner of that… Read more »

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10 Things You Should Know About Writing Your Last Will September 14, 2018

Writing a last will and testament isn’t the most pleasant of tasks. After all, by doing so you’re not only acknowledging your own inevitable demise but actively planning for it. That might explain why so many adults avoid this cornerstone of estate planning. According to an AARP survey, 2 out of 5 Americans over the age… Read more »

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What Is A District of Columbia Last Will? September 13, 2018

A District of Columbia last will and testament is a testamentary document that provides a set of instructions, to both your family and to the District of Columbia probate court, on how you’d like your District of Columbia estate to be handled. Most District of Columbia last will provide clear instructions on how the testator,… Read more »

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What Kind of Things Can A District of Columbia Financial Power of Attorney Do? September 13, 2018

With a well written District of Columbia financial power of attorney, your financial agent is typically authorized to manage your financial affairs, including power to buy and sell and lease real property, tangible personal property, stocks and bonds, to trade commodities, operation of a business or other entity and governance over your bank accounts and… Read more »

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