Anthony P. Palaigos has a varied practice that includes real estate law, corporate, business, estates and litigation, trial as well as appellate work. He graduated from American University in 1972, and he received his law degree from the University of Baltimore in 1977.
Mr. Palaigos joined the Firm in 2001. Prior to that, he was a partner in a major Baltimore law firm where he had practiced over 20 years.
Mr. Palaigos has represented clients in all aspects of real estate law in such areas as contracts of sale, lease negotiations, financing and refinancing of loans secured by real estate, property development issues, zoning matters, and litigation of disputes.
Mr. Palaigos serves as general corporate counsel to many corporations and other business entities in Maryland and also represents clients in business practice matters, such as formation of partnerships, corporations, limited liability companies, the sale and purchase of businesses, securing of business loans, and the preparation of business-related documents. He has also assisted many small business entities in securing certification from the Maryland Department of Transportation as Minority Business Enterprises and as Disadvantaged Business Enterprises.
His estate practice includes the preparation of wills, powers of attorney, health care directives, and trust agreements.
He has taught real estate principles courses at the University of Baltimore and at Loyola College. He is also a licensed real estate broker and licensed for title insurance referrals. Mr. Palaigos has served on various non-profit Boards of Trustees at the Caroline Center, the Trinity School and the Jess Carson Foundation.