Stein Sperling's attorneys regularly share their knowledge through professional and industry publications. Our firm provides alerts on legal developments for clients, friends of the firm and professional contacts, as well as press alerts recognizing our attorneys' accomplishments. Below is a listing of our most recent alerts and publications.
Media Type: Alert
The IRS announced that it would be ending the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (OVDP) on September 28, 2018. Taxpayers need to make a difficult decision about coming into compliance prior to that date. In the same notice, the IRS announced that the Streamlined Filing Compliance Procedures would remain in place for qualifying taxpayers.
Related Attorney(s): Fred A. Balkin, Millard S. Bennett, Micah A. Bonaviri, Julie B. Christopher, David S. De Jong, David C. Driscoll, Jr., Monica Garcia Harms, Ann G. Jakabcin, Eric J. Rollinger, Jeffrey M. Schwaber, Andrew L. Schwartz, Mark W. Schweighofer, Donald N. Sperling, Paul T. Stein, Steven A. Widdes, Caroline Ford Bonaviri, Judith G. Cornwell, Michael Y. Goldberg, Mary Craine Lombardo , Elizabeth J. McInturff, Deanna L. Peters, Nindiya G. Ramchandani
Washington Post Magazine
Media Type: Publication
Washington, D.C. Super Lawyers magazine, featured in the April 22, 2018, Washington Post Magazine, recognized 23 Stein Sperling attorneys on their 2018 Top 50, Top 100, Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists.
Stein Sperling tax attorneys David De Jong and Mark Schweighofer and estates and trusts attorney Steven Widdes were interviewed by Montgomery Community Media, as part of their Small Business Network series, on "The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of the Tax Reform Act."
Media Type: Alert
There are many reasons – beyond parents naming guardians and tax considerations for the wealthy – why everyone should have a valid Will. With proper planning, you can control the disposition of your assets and the designation of individuals making decisions on your and your loved ones behalf, as well as easing the stress and financial burden on your loved ones.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act brings significant changes to the tax treatment of alimony starting in 2019.
Beginning in 2018, Maryland business owners will no longer be mailed a reminder to file their company’s Annual Report and Personal Property Return on or before April 15.
The purpose of a donor agreement is to clearly establish that donor is not the child's legal parent.
Letters of Administration? "Interested Persons"? Accounts? Learn about the Maryland Probate Process.
Missteps, such as misclassification of employees and paying workers "salary," can lead to claims.
Get tips for paying accident-related medical bills in Virginia, Maryland and D.C.
The laws are complex and provide for significant penalties for any violations.