Wedding season is well underway for couples across Maryland. If you are among those preparing for your spring or summer nuptials, then you likely have done your fair share of planning recently.
Maryland business owners know that among their many expenses, rent for commercial property is one of the largest. Finding adequate space in an appropriate location is often vital for the success of a business, and an entrepreneur may be tempted to sign a lease without much consideration when he or she finds the perfect spot. However, to avoid costly litigation, business advocates recommend a few simple precautions when agreeing to lease commercial real estate.
The next couple of weeks will be quite busy for accountants and tax preparers. The federal tax filing deadline is quickly approaching and many people who are in the midst of divorces may be unsure of how they will file their taxes, and are unsure of what the consequences will be.
While nobody wants to go to court, it’s often a necessary step to protect your family, property or business. Whether you’re going through a challenging divorce or child custody issue, a real estate dispute or a business issue, sometimes two parties just can’t agree on terms and it’s necessary to have a third party—the court—decide the outcome once and for all.