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When It’s Time To Remove A Trustee October 13, 2016

When It’s Time To Remove A Trustee? Selecting a trustee is no small matter or easy choice. Make a bad selection and the results can be disastrous. While it seems obvious that the selection of a trustee is one of the most important choices a person setting up a trust will make, unfortunately most people breeze… Read more »

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Mechanic’s Lien Priority (Part III) October 13, 2016

Mechanic’s Lien Priority Explained (Part III) A very common question that I am often asked is “What is mechanic’s lien priority?” For contractors as well as real estate owners, the priority of a mechanic’s lien is of paramount importance and the answer regarding mechanic’s lien priority may surprise you. As is generally the case, the… Read more »

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Mechanic’s Lien Payment October 13, 2016

Mechanic’s Lien Explained (Part II) Mechanic’s Lien Payment As A Defense As mentioned in Part I of our Mechanic’s Lien series, the Defense of Payment suggests that a Mechanic’s Lien placed by a contractor or subcontractor is defeated if and when the owner of the project can prove that the cost of the project has… Read more »

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What Is A Mechanic’s Lien October 13, 2016

District of Columbia Mechanic’s Lien Explained (Part I) A Mechanic’s Lien is a security interest in the title of real or personal property placed by those who supplied the materials or provided the labor to improve the property. A “mechanic lien” is not necessarily the modern interpretation of someone who repairs machinery, but actually describes… Read more »

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District of Columbia Real Estate Tax Appeals October 9, 2016

District of Columbia Real Estate Tax Appeals   Experienced Attorneys In order to ensure that a property’s tax assessment is fair, it helps to have the advice and counsel of experienced attorneys. With almost two decades of experience in real property assessment tax appeals, Antonoplos & Associates Real Estate Tax Appeals Practice works with our… Read more »

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District of Columbia Consumer Protection Procedures Act September 28, 2016

Misleading or false advertisements, bait and switch sales practices, bogus disclosure forms,breach of privacy rules, unconscionable pricing, and charging for services never requested or provided, are just a few of the  unfair and deceptive practices unscrupulous businesses and corporations use to defraud consumers everyday. These deceptive business practices also distort the marketplace by allowing dishonest businesses to gain an… Read more »

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10 Signs That A Will Maybe A Fake: Forged Wills September 22, 2016

10 Signs That A Will Maybe Fraudulent: Forged Wills The following is a list of the top 10 signs that a will may be fraudulent. Fake Wills, Forged Wills, Forgery whatever the case maybe, if you have two or more of the items on this list it may be worthwhile to speak to an attorney… Read more »

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Will Caveat Action: How To Contest A Will? September 22, 2016

Will Caveat Action: How To Contest A Will?   A Will Caveat Action, otherwise known as a Will Contest or Caveat Action, can be among the most contentious type of litigation in the District of Columbia Probate Court. At the heart of every will caveat action there is a question as to the authenticity and validity… Read more »

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WP: Maryland Underpaid Thousands of State Employees June 21, 2016

The Washington Post is reporting that the State of Maryland has admitted to underpaying as many as 13,000 state employees based on incorrect overtime calculations. Budget and Management Secretary David R. Brinkley said the mistakes could affect up to 13,000 current employees — roughly one-quarter of the state’s public workforce — and an unknown number… Read more »

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Source Assured: Another Privacy Invasion June 14, 2016

According to the Washington Post, there’s a new startup out there that is intent on making your online information easily accessible to landlords, employers, and credit agencies.  The company is Score Assured, and its intent on “Unlocking big data to bring you insightful referencing.”  We see something else though.   For example, the Washington Post… Read more »

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