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Common Mistakes in the Estate Planning Process

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If you are beginning to consider starting the estate planning process, you may feel overwhelmed at the choices and the complexity of the legal options available to you. While you should always consult with a qualified estate planning attorney, the following are some common mistakes that people make as they move through the estate… Read More »

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Divorces and Mortgages

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Divorces can cause feelings of overwhelm, especially when attempting to determine the division of financial assets between both spouses. The largest asset that most couples usually have is their marital home. Decisions will need to be made regarding how the equity of this home will be divided. Oftentimes, this can be a struggle, as… Read More »

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Understanding the Divorce Mediation Process

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Most people already suffer from frustration, anger, anxiety and hurt as they enter the divorce process. In some cases, divorces enhance these emotions due to the adversarial nature of the court system. However, if you believe that you and your spouse can put aside the temptation to be confrontational, you may have the ability… Read More »

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How Property and Debts are Divided During Divorce

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If you are considering a divorce in the state of Maryland, you may be wondering how your marital property and debts will be divided between you and your spouse. In most cases, the property acquired during the course of a marriage is considered marital property.Only certain debts acquired during the course of a marriage… Read More »

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Should You File for Bankruptcy or Divorce First

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Money and finances can create some of the largest disagreements within a marriage. Oftentimes, division among finances can actually be the catalyst to a divorce. Struggling financially can cause irreparable marital problems. If you are considering a divorce, but are also struggling financially, you may also be contemplating filing for bankruptcy. You may have… Read More »

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Best Interests of the Child

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If you are in the process of a divorce with children, you will likely have serious concerns regarding child support and child custody. Ultimately, family courts will make decisions regarding minor children based on a legal theory known as the best interests of the child. While this is oftentimes subjective, the judge will attempt… Read More »

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Steps To Take Regarding Prenuptial Agreements

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Getting a prenuptial agreement may not be the most romantic decision you ever make, however, it might be one of the best financial ones. If you are in the process of planning a wedding, you may want to consider signing a prenuptial agreement with your soon to be spouse. No one likes to contemplate… Read More »

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Common Disputes That Lead to Estate Litigation

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Most people assume that when they create a legal document with respect to their estate, such as a last will and testament (will) or an irrevocable living trust (trust), that it will be iron-clad and legally binding. However, in many cases, a family member or loved one does not agree with the will or… Read More »

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Litigation – Guardianship, Power of Attorney and Probate

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Disputes may arise from either death, disability or incapacity (either someone young or older). Different types of  litigation may be filed in court when the estate of a person is unclear or challenged. Understanding the types of litigation, and when you can bring a claim to court can help you determine if you may… Read More »

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Taking Time This Holiday Season To Discuss Estate Planning

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The holidays should be a time to spend enjoying your loved ones, family and friends. However, many families find that the holiday season is really the only time they are all gathered together in one place. Consider taking this time to have a straight-forward conversation about estate planning with your loved ones. Remember that… Read More »

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