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How can you handle a breach of contract by a home buyer?

Buying and selling real estate is complicated even under the best of circumstances. Because there are so many variables involved, an issue could come up during any part of the deal that could cause it to fall through. Of course, the possibility also exists that a buyer could breach the real estate contract and leave you, as the seller, wondering what to do.

The early stages of starting a business

Having entrepreneurial dreams can be complicated. Though you and many other Maryland residents may want to start your own businesses, it can be difficult to actually get the process underway. After all, a number of details need considering before you can even start tangible steps toward starting a business.

Take tax-saving estate planning advice from the wealthy

The famed business investor Warren Buffet once remarked about the increasingly widening gap that has been emerging between American's rich and poor during the past few years. He once argued that this gap is only getting bigger because wealthy families are finding new ways to pass on their assets to their heirs using increasingly tax-saving approaches. Trusts are a key aspect of this.

What should you do with your estate documents when you divorce?

If there's one recommendation that people make about estate planning, it's that no one should put it off. If you've already planned your estate but now you're preparing to divorce, there's no time like the present to schedule an appointment with your estate planning attorney to discuss changes that you should make to your documents.

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