Brian Robert GormleyGormley Law Office
- Probate, Estate Planning, Real Estate Law
Brian Gormley has a dynamic transactonal practice with tremendous experience representing clients at all parts of the continuum. Having worked with large institutions in the structured finance and capital markets world, developers, nonprofits and lenders in the multifamily housing market, and individual distressed homeowners and estates, he is familiar with all levels of clients and their associated needs. He has extensive real estate experience, representing clients in multifamily housing transactions, DC TOPA cases (tenant opportunity to purchase act), foreclosure defense and short sales, and as a title attorney and a real estate broker. He also has an active probate and estate planning practice, and is always looking to push the envelope to develop creative and innovative solutions to clients' unique and ever-changing needs. He has worked on and closed transactions totalling literally billions of dollars. That said, no client is too small. He enjoys taking the time to listen to individual concerns, and structure deals or negotiations accordingly. Attention to detail is a hallmark of a competent attorney, but the ability to transition to bigger picture analysis and generate solutions to practical constraints is what sets him apart.
- Probate Administration, Probate Litigation, Will Contests
- Estate Planning
- Guardianship & Conservatorship Estate Administration, Health Care Directives, Trusts, Wills
- Real Estate Law
- Commercial Real Estate, Condominiums, Easements, Eminent Domain, Homeowners Association, Land Use & Zoning, Mortgages, Neighbor Disputes, Residential Real Estate, Water Law
We are pleased to offer a free consultation for 20 minutes, after which regular hourly rates apply. To help you get the most out of this session, please have your questions prepared and the documents that you want reviewed ready. This allows for an efficient and high quality conversation focused on substance and resolution of your concerns. We can’t wait to assist you!
- Credit Cards Accepted
- English: Spoken, Written
- Eichner and Norris
- Cadwalader Wickersham and Taft
- University of Michigan Law School
- Juris Doctor (2003)
- University of Michigan Ford School of Public Policy
- Masters Public Policy (2003)
- Cornell University
- Government & Psychology - Bachelor of Arts (1999)
- Top 100 Attorneys
- District of Columbia Bar
- Maryland State Bar
- - Current
- Appraising Detroit: A Follow-up to HUD’s ‘Barriers to the Rehabilitation of Affordable Housing’ Study
- Journal of Affordable Housing and Community Development Law
- Keynote Speaker, Mastermind, Towson, MD
- Real Deals
- Real Estate Broker
- Cornerstone Properties and Financial Services
- Gormley Law Office - Probate, Estate Planning and Real Estate Attorney
Do a person really need an attorney to file a probate case ? If you need them answers and you are involved in a Maryland dc or Virginia probate case then Brian Gormley can help answer that question. Call (443) 739-7993 to get your Md probate, Dc Probate or Va Probate answers. You can visit his website at www.gormleylawoffice.com if you are looking to know your dc TOPA rights. These topics are tricky and having an attorney who knows probate law and know TOPA could go hand and hand because you can have a probate case which involves some topa issues.
- Q. In cases of multiple owners of a property, does majority rule on questions of selling, renting, etc?
- A: Each owner in a joint ownership situation would have a say. If there is a disagreement, then ultimately you need to seek a partition action to force a sale.
- Q. Probate, Trusts and an Un-trust worthy executor
- A: It's sometimes difficult to know how to handle delicate estate situations. As a beneficiary of a trust, you have the right to review the trust itself and receive periodic accountings. I would start there and see what information you get. Hopefully, you will not need to involve the courts in a breach of fiduciary duty/conversion action. Let us know if you need further assistance.
- Q. Hello, I will be inheriting $90,000. and live in Montgomery County Maryland will I be paying any MD or Federal taxes?
- A: If the sum total of the Estate is only $90,000, then you are well under state and federal thresholds for estate tax. There are several other fees you may have to handle - probate fees, capital gains, income tax, all depending on the nature of the assets in the estate. Please consult a qualified CPA/attorney to assess your potential liability. ** Please note this is not to be considered legal or tax advice, and creates no attorney-client relationship. **
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