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Monthly Archives: March 2021

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Maryland’s RELIEF Act Includes a Sales Tax Credit for Small Businesses Adversely Affected by the Pandemic

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

Spring is almost here, the snow is melting, and everyone is starting to panic about tax season. Filing business taxes is never easy, and even the most well-organized small business owners often get an unpleasant surprise when they meet with a tax accountant about their business taxes. Clickbait authors know that headlines about quadruple-digit… Read More »

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How a Business Law Attorney Can Help You Prevent Business Litigation

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

Many small business owners only contact a lawyer when they have a big problem. A former client or former employee is threatening to sue the company, a bigger company is giving you the choice of letting it buy you out for a paltry sum or else putting you out of business through heavy-handed competition,… Read More »

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How to Claim an Elective Share of Your Spouse’s Estate If Your Spouse Had Complex Business Interests

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

Maryland law allows married people to leave as much or as little property to their spouses as they choose in their wills. This means that, just because you are married, you can still choose to leave your entire estate to your siblings, your children from a previous marriage, a favorite charity, or anyone else. … Read More »

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Blockchain Could Make Real Estate Transactions Safer and Less Expensive

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

When many of us hear the word “blockchain,” the first image that comes to mind is that of shady dealings in mysterious cryptocurrencies that are linked to no precious metals, no banknotes, and no governments. The only identities are pseudonyms and alphanumeric codes long enough even to confound people who know hundreds of digits… Read More »

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Be Careful How You Word Your Declaration of Trust

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

Even if you are very early in the research and brainstorming phase of your estate planning process, you have probably given more than a passing thought to setting up a trust. Living trusts, which are set up during your lifetime, and testamentary trusts, the establishment of which is provided for in your will, make… Read More »

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