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Dying Without a Last Will and Testament Washington DC Legal Article Featured Image by Antonoplos & Associates
Dying Without a Last Will and Testament April 11, 2017

Dying Without a Last Will and Testament A will provides a set of instructions for distributing assets after an individual’s death.  When you die without a will, however, no such instructions exist.  The text below answers a number of questions that individuals have regarding the consequences of dying without a will. Dying Without a Last Will: Who’s… Read more »

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The Importance of Business Succession Planning Washington DC Legal Article Featured Image by Antonoplos & Associates
The Importance of Business Succession Planning October 16, 2016

The Importance of Business Succession Planning? Business succession planning is one of the most important things the owner of any business can do. There are five compelling and universal reasons to plan for the succession of your business: (A) Taxes If the business owner has no plan for succession at the time of his or her… Read more »

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Probate In The District of Columbia Washington DC Legal Article Featured Image by Antonoplos & Associates
Probate In The District of Columbia October 14, 2016

When a person in the District of Columbia wishes to open and disburse a probate estate they must follow the steps and procedures set forth in the District of Columbia Code Title 20, §§ 100 – 1305 and summarized below. First, the interested party must file a petition for probate with the probate court. Interested… Read more »

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By Top Washington DC Law Firm: Antonoplos & Associates