Archive for November 2018

Bar Association of Baltimore City Honors Jeff Trueman with Adelberg Rudow-Sponsored Paul A. Dorf Memorial Alternative Dispute Resolution Award

At the Bar Association of Baltimore City’s 24th Annual Past Presidents Luncheon, Jeff Trueman was honored with the Paul A. Dorf Memorial Alternative Dispute Resolution Award, an award sponsored by Adelberg Rudow. Oren Saltzman, managing member of Adelberg Rudow and chairman of the award committee, presented the award. Jeff Trueman is the seventh individual to…

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Maryland’s Divorce Laws Now Allow Couples with Minor Children to Enact a Mutual Consent Divorce

In 2018, revisions were made to a groundbreaking 2015 Maryland law that permits divorce without the traditional year-long separation under certain circumstances. These recent revisions have expanded the original law and made mutual consent divorce accessible to a larger swath of prospective divorcees. Here, family law attorney Andrew Radding of Adelberg Rudow discusses mutual consent…

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IRS Makes Announcement Regarding Higher Estate and Gift Tax Exemption

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has just announced that individuals who give gifts within the current, expanded exclusion amounts will not be negatively impacted when exclusion amounts are halved in 2025. The 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act doubled the value of assets that can be transferred to heirs without triggering federal estate or gift…

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Business Entities: Which is Best for You?

Here, business and corporate attorney Joseph L. Kroart III discusses the differences between the various business entities.   In her spare time, my wife enjoys restoring and refinishing old furniture for friends and others. She sometimes talks about one day giving up her career and scaling up her hobby, which would involve finding a brick-and-mortar…

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