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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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Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Living Revocable Trust September 1, 2018

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Living Revocable Trust What is a living revocable trust? A living revocable trust is a trust created during the lifetime of the grantor. Under this instrument, the grantor acts as the trustee during their lifetime and retains complete control over the corpus of the trust. While the grantor …[Read More]

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What Real Estate Agents Need To Know About Probate Real Estate June 18, 2018

To many the situation is all too familiar, a loved one has passed, leaving a family home or other property to a number of heirs who disagree on what should be done with the property. Often one or more heirs wish to sell the property while another wishes to live in and maintain the property. …[Read More]

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Fighting Over Real Estate? What Is a Partition Action June 18, 2018

Fighting Over Real Estate? What Is a Partition Action Fighting over real estate? The modern American family has changed, and with that change, so has how we purchase and hold title to real estate. Now, almost 60% of real estate is owned by more than one unmarried persons. From straight to same-sex couples, to siblings …[Read More]

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Estate Planning for Digital Assets & Online Accounts May 15, 2018

For those who might be wondering, “What are digital assets? Simply put your digital assets are assets and/or rights, which include among other things your “social media”, on-line accounts and/or email accounts. For example your Facebook, Instagrahm, Linkedin, Gmail or Yahoo.com accounts are some of the common forms of digital assets that most people have.

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Guide to Elder Law December 6, 2016

Elder law is focused on addressing the issues faced by people over the age of 55 as well as their families. The practice of elder law involves preparing each client to deal with the complex issues that arise as we grow older through discussion. There are many legal options available to manage future age-related mental …[Read More]

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Is Amazon’s Echo Violating Your Child’s Privacy Rights? May 31, 2016

The Internet of Things (IoT) has already arrived, but do consumers really understand how these devices are gathering data?  And are companies such as Amazon complying with federal law with these new devices.  Some are concerned that Amazon’s “virtual assistant,” Echo, is violating the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) in its marketing and collection …[Read More]

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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. Firm seeks an attorney with 4 to 6+ years of experience to join litigation practice. Candidates must have experience in D.C. and Maryland Courts, significant real estate litigation experience, 1st chair trial experience and …[Read More]

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