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Joint Revocable Living Trust April 24, 2015

When To Use A Joint Revocable Living Trust What is a joint revocable living trust?  A joint revocable living trust is a single trust created by a husband and wife, into which they transfer their assets. The trust provides that while both spouses are living, the trust income and principal shall be paid to either… Read more »

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Antonoplos & Associates Experienced Real Estate Litigation Attorneys April 24, 2015

Sophisticated Real Estate & Construction Attorneys Antonoplos & Associates Real Estate & Construction Litigation practice group is comprised of a multidisciplinary team of experienced real estate litigation attorneys who are thought leaders in the real estate industry who routinely advocate for real estate clients. At Antonoplos & Associates we understand the importance of timing in… Read more »

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Real Estate Litigation Attorney Wanted January 24, 2015

Real Estate Litigation Attorney Wanted (Dupont Circle) Dupont Circle litigation boutique is expanding its real estate litigation & probate litigation practices. Antonoplos & Associates is seeking a real estate litigation attorney with 4 to 6+ years of experience to join our litigation practice. Candidates must have experience in D.C. and Maryland Courts, significant real estate… Read more »

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Tips For Selecting A Guardian For Your Child December 5, 2014

If you have minor children, perhaps the most important component of your estate plan has nothing to do with your assets. Rather it involves the decisions regarding who will care for your minor children if you cannot, commonly know as “NOMINATION OF GUARDIAN FOR MINOR CHILDREN”. The selection of a guardian for minor children is… Read more »

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Business Licensing in the District of Columbia January 30, 2014

District of Columbia Business Licensing requirements mandate that all businesses operating in DC are required to be registered or licensed by the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA).This department also issues permits and recognizes business ownership types. The Business and Professional Licensing Administration of the department is for obtaining business licenses and the Permit… Read more »

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What is a Last Will & Testament? January 6, 2014

What is a Last Will & Testament? A will, sometimes referred to as a Last Will & Testament, is a legal document that declares how an estate or property will be managed after one’s death. While it may not be the most pleasant subject to consider, but the preparation of a Last Will & Testament is an… Read more »

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Planning for Incapacity as an Integral Part of Your Broader Estate Plan. January 6, 2014

It is difficult to think about, but critical to address, estate planning, is something that all Americans need to do to protect their loved ones. Increasingly omitted from the process, more and more people neglect to plan for their possible incapacity when preparing their last will and testament. As part of your broader estate plan,… Read more »

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Guide To Perfecting Title Following District of Columbia Tax Sale July 9, 2013

Following a success bid at the District of Columbia Tax Sale Auction the successful bidder needs to follow a seven step process in order to perfect title in the property and be able to transfer ownership. The process from start to finish takes approximately 12 months following the Tax Sale Auction. Question Presented: What are… Read more »

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Supreme Court Strikes Down DOMA in Historic 5-4 Decision June 26, 2013

In a historic decision, the Supreme Court had struck down DOMA 5-4.

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