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Medical Power of Attorney

A power of attorney is a document that enables a designated person or people to make decisions for you if you should become incapacitated.  Without such a document, state law will apply to determine who has the power to make medical decisions for you. For example, this power may be given to your legal spouse, […]

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Maryland Guardianship Visitation Bill

Caring for older relatives with declining health, or disabled relatives that are struggling with making competent financial, health, and daily living decisions, can be stressful and difficult for families. In many of these cases, a court appointed guardian will take over the handling of the financial and personal matters of these individuals. Unfortunately, cases have […]

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No Fault Divorce in Maryland

People may not realize that there are many different legal paths to obtain a divorce in Maryland.  One of these types of divorce is called a “no fault” divorce. Previously in Maryland, when filing for a no fault divorce, a spouse needed to state some reason for the breakdown of the marriage.  People commonly claimed […]

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Things to Consider when Choosing a Divorce Lawyer

When it comes to divorce, choosing an attorney to represent you is one of the most important decisions you will make. Yet, finding the right divorce lawyer can be overwhelming. Not all attorneys are created equal. Here are some tips on selecting the best representation for divorce. Ask for recommendations Researching divorce lawyers online is […]

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Alimony and New Tax Laws

President Trump signed an extensive tax overhaul bill late last year that will have significant effects on the almost 250,000 Americans that receive alimony each year. These new tax provisions will apply to any divorce or separation agreements filed after December 31, 2018. Goodbye Alimony Deductions One of the most dramatic tax changes effecting divorced […]

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How to Challenge a Will

The loss of a loved one is always painful. Some people may also be shocked or saddened to learn they have been excluded from their family member’s will. The omission can be accidental or intentional. In some cases, a third party may have influenced their loved one’s decisions about the division of their estate. If […]

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