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Notarizing Documents During The COVID-19 Pandemic

There are several different types of legal documents that must be notarized before they are considered legally binding and enforceable. Unfortunately, in the midst of coronavirus-related quarantines, as well as the shutdown of all non-essential businesses, many people are unsure of how to proceed when it comes to having important estate planning documents notarized. Please […]

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Why You Need to Plan Your Digital Estate

When we talk about estate planning, oftentimes, the first thing that comes to mind is writing a will. While much estate planning has to do with your physical assets, the experienced Maryland estate planning attorneys at JD Katz, P.C. believe creating a digital estate plan is equally important. Please continue reading to learn more about […]

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How do the new COVID-19 Relief Loans and Grants for Small Businesses and Contractors help me?

Understanding Federal and Maryland Emergency Covid-19 Relief Loans and Grants for Small Businesses and Contractors (this includes YOU work-for-hire and sole proprietors!) Looking at the CARES Act – Paycheck Protection Program and Economic Injury Disaster Loans By: Elizabeth J. McInturff Unusual times call for unusual solutions, or, at the very least, business assistance loans and […]

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Force Majeure Clauses During COVID-19 and What do They Mean for my Contract?

In the law, force majeure, meaning “superior force” in French, refers to a contractual provision that typically operates to excuse both parties to a contract from performing their contractual duties due to unforeseen circumstances beyond their control. Rarely heard outside of legal classrooms or commercial real estate contract disputes, this legal term of art is […]

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