First Impressions of a Busy Family Law Practice


Every year law students flock to summer positions at law firms to gain the experience they need to sort through their interests in different areas of law and to get a taste of the lives of practicing attorneys.
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No Will? No will. Avoiding the Default Estate Plan


Many of us take our civil rights for granted. It is only when they are threatened, do we take notice and then action (well, maybe).
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Divorce Litigation and Why to Avoid It


There are three ways to get divorced—two of them should be avoided if possible—accepting, of course, that there are some spouses who insist on litigation and a trial.
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Tips to Prevent International Child Abduction


A common scenario in international child abduction cases is for one parent to take a “vacation” with the children and then never return.
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Coming Soon To A State Near You! Savings Plan for Disabled Marylanders: The MD ABLE Program


In order to qualify for certain need based federal and state benefits in connection with a significant disability, individuals typically cannot have assets exceeding $2,000.00.
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