Introduction to Wills and Estate Planning

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In the first installment of our estate planning lecture, Peter Antonoplos, discusses some of the general issues surrounding wills, and probate avoidance.

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Peter D. Antonoplos, Esq. is a partner in the Law Offices of Peter D. Antonoplos, PLLC. Mr. Antonoplos’ practice focuses estate planning and real estate matters. Mr. Antonoplos is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia, New York State; and State of Maryland. Mr. Antonoplos routinely lectures on real estate and probate law issues in Washington, DC and New York. Mr. Antonoplos lives in North West Washington, D.C. He is an avid chess player and motorcycle enthusiast. He may be reached at 202-803-5676 or Peter@AntonLegal.com

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