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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Are Form 1065 Schedule M 3 Pros

Instructions and Help about Are Form 1065 Schedule M 3 Pros

You hello and welcome to another edition of B TV, the show where we take questions from people who visit our website regarding medical malpractice and accident case issues in Maryland. I'm Marcus Boston and I'm joined today in the studio with my lovely wife, Renee Boston. Today, we actually want to talk about something that is not law-related. It has nothing to do with medical malpractice or an accident issue. We received a question through email about how we work together as a married couple and run a law firm together. The person wanted to know how we do it. So, as a husband, I will turn this over to my wife, Renee, to kick it off and get started. Well, I'm actually a member of several female-oriented organizations, and I often get asked what I do for a living. When they find out that I'm married to my husband and he's my business partner, I get raised eyebrows and sideways glances. It seems people think it's impossible for us to be married and work together. However, we not only work together, we actually work together. We both put time and effort into each and every case we receive. Working with your spouse can be tricky. For me, I'm the more emotional one in our relationship. I tend to panic and be indecisive, which can make things challenging. But given that we've known each other for over a decade and have been married for over five years, it's easier for us to work together. Work never stops for us. Even when we're not in the office, we're still working on our law firm. Some people may not agree with this approach, but it works for us. We're committed to our law firm just like we're committed to our marriage. Both require...