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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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  • Alimony and TCJA: How New Tax Laws will Affect Divorces in Maryland

    There aren’t many experiences on this planet that can match the emotional drain of going through a divorce. After promising to love and cherish someone ‘til death, you’re shocked and saddened to somehow find yourself instead sitting across a richly stained conference table in the harsh glow of fluorescent lighting, wondering when and how it all went to pot. While you may be there

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  • Understanding Personal Injury Protection (PIP)

    When getting behind the wheel of a car, nobody likes to think about the scary “what ifs”. Being the driver of a 3,000 pound vehicle, you want to feel confident and at ease, not panicked about the unknowns lurking around every hair pin turn. Still, we recognize that there are some things out of our control. While we may do

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  • Understanding Maryland “Dog Bite Laws”

    Unfortunately, this is a scenario we’re met with far too often: a potential client walks in wanting to speak to an attorney because he/she was recently attacked or bitten by a neighbor’s dog and wants to pursue legal action. Most people think they know the law, or at least think it’s as straight forward as “I was the victim of

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  • General Litigation: Home Improvement Guidelines

    This is our second in a series of blog posts regarding general litigation. As we mentioned in our last post, the focus on this series will be to highlight laws or aspects of how the law works in a particular situation that a layperson may or may not be familiar with, covering a broad range of topics from real-estate transactions

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