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Washington Probate Law

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

Washington Probate Law The legal procedure of determining the estate of a person who has passed away is known as probate. Probate gives the remaining spouse or close family members, jurisdiction to assemble the deceased person’s assets, taxes and debts. They should ultimately transfer the assets to the people who should inherit them. A… Read More »

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Buying and Selling Real Estate in Washington D.C.

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

When it comes to buying and selling real estate in Washington DC, there are a number of separate laws that makes the whole process quite unique and different from any other place. That is why it is always important to engage a real estate lawyer in any real estate transaction because they are aware… Read More »

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Reasons Why You Should Not Add a Loved One’s Name to Your Deed

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

The question on whether or not to add a loved one’s name to a title deed is often asked by different groups of home owners. The elderly parent who hopes to bequeath the home to an adult child would assume that adding the name of the child would ensure that the property ownership falls… Read More »

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Employment Law in Washington D.C.

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

Whether you are involved in a contract dispute, have suffered discrimination, or harassment in Washington D.C., it is recommended to employ the services of a reliable law firm specialized in employment law. A law firm with sound advocacy, experience, and record of results can help you receive fair compensation for the wrong done to… Read More »

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At Will Employment in Washington DC

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

One of the most heated debates in the United States is the various issues that are related to labor laws. One one hand, there is the company’s objective to remain in business and achieve its mandate more so with the pressure of the shareholders. On the other hand, there are the rights and privileges… Read More »

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Business disputes are not uncommon in business environments.

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

Business disputes are not uncommon in business environments. These include ethical issues related to finance and investment, disputes over intellectual property right, breach of fiduciary duty, conflict in employer-employee relation, and disputes related to insurance. In some cases, it is not possible to reach an amicable solution to such disputes through arbitration and negotiation…. Read More »

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What is a living trust and how is it created?

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

A living trust is a trust that is created while the person who creates it (known as the “grantor” or “settlor”) is still living. The trust is created by the simple act of signing an instrument sometimes referred to as a “Declaration” or “Agreement of Trust.”However, no property is governed by the terms of… Read More »

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Own Property in D.C? Better call your lawyer!

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

The Apartment and Office Building Association of Metropolitan D.C. has released a four-page memo detailing how landlords should proceed with regard to the cultivation and consumption of recreational marijuana on their properties. Most importantly, AOBA states off the bat, “we encourage members to consult an attorney for guidance on any lease modifications.” As of… Read More »

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When D.C. Employers Use Criminal Records in Hiring

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

When you have a criminal record, it can be daunting to find a job. You might be surprised to learn that one in four Americans has been arrested. There is a stigma attached to a criminal history that can haunt an individual in his or her job search. Studies show that up to 92… Read More »

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How Can an HOA or COA Foreclose on its Residents?

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

The District of Columbia provides a number of options to residential associations, including condominium owners associations (COAs) and homeowners’ associations (HOAs). These associations generally oversee housing communities made up of condominiums, town houses or single-family homes, and maintain the communities through the payment of dues. Occasionally, residents fail to pay their COA or HOA… Read More »

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