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  • Mutual Consent Divorce in Maryland

         In Maryland, as in many other states, in order to file for a divorce, a separating couple must also establish “grounds” for the divorce. In other words, the couple has to prove that the marriage is over by means of fault (i.e. infidelity) or because the couple has been living separately for a certain amount of time. Over

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  • Who Pays your Medical Bills after an Auto Accident?  

    We can’t think of a worse time to have to worry about paying bills than in the hours, days, weeks or months following a car accident. It’s scary to imagine, but consider for a moment this scenario: you’ve been hit and you’ve been injured. You get to the hospital and find out you’ve broken your leg and you’ll need surgery,

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  • What is “Assumption of Risk”?

    Have you ever been to a fitness studio or gone ziplining through the jungle in Costa Rica? Okay, maybe not that last one. But, chances are at some point in your life you’ve visited a gym, a yoga studio, or partook in some sport or activity before which you had to sign a liability waiver. And you probably didn’t even

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  • Will or No Will: That is the Question

    Death is an uncomfortable subject for most people, though it seems to be the topic of conversation in our blog reel lately! That’s because, as Estate Planning & Probate attorneys, we know that one of the smartest decisions you can make as a living, breathing human being is to create a plan for your assets after you pass away. For the purpose of

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  • What is Probate? How does it work in Maryland? 

    The death of a loved one or family member is, without a doubt, one of the most emotionally trying and difficult times in a person’s life. Often families will come together to share stories of their loved one, pour over old photographs, and sift through decades worth of jewelry and knick-knacks, nostalgic for the days that were. Along with the

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  • The Child Tax Credit and the Tax Cut and Jobs Act: What’s changing?

    Beginning with Tax Year 2018 (for filing in April 2019), the new tax laws have changed the ways in which we can use our children and other dependents to save money on our taxes.  With the passing of the Tax Cut and Jobs Act (TCJA) in December 2017, many taxpayers are left wondering what is going to happen to the

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