Category Archives: General
Probate is a process supervised by the County Register of Wills and Orphans’ Court. If you take on the role of Personal Representative (just another term for Executor or Administrator) you need to be careful about your obligations and duties. Here are important things to consider and know: 1. Think seriously about hiring an… Read More »
FORCE MAJEURE We’ve been hearing a lot about force majeure clauses potentially providing a basis for avoiding a contract. I’ve not found any Maryland appellate case decision based upon a force majeure clause but I did come across a Supreme Court case – Viterbo v. Friedlander,120 U.S. 7077 (1887). Here are some pertinent parts…. Read More »
SBA has released two new PPP Loan Forgiveness forms: 3508EZ and 3508. Here are links to the two forms https://www.sba.gov/document/sba-form–paycheck-protection-program-loan-forgiveness-application-instructions-borrowers-6-16-2020 https://www.sba.gov/document/sba-form-paycheck-protection-program-ez-loan-forgiveness-application-instructions-borrowers-6-16-2020 The EZ form requires less documentation and fewer calculations than previously required. The EZ form applies to borrowers who meet any one of these three criteria: 1. Applied for the PPP loan as… Read More »
As parents, we know that children are expensive to raise and care for, however, only a few specific expenses are included in determining the calculation of child support in Maryland. After we determine each parent’s income, we include the expenses of childcare, health insurance coverage, and extraordinary medical expenses. I’ll elaborate on these calculations… Read More »
Statement on Equal Justice under Law June 9, 2020 The protests of the last several weeks have coalesced into a truth that cannot be ignored: people of color are being denied their rightful equality. Frustration and grief have poured out in response to the recent events that so horribly have illuminated injustices against people… Read More »
While my practice is in Maryland, I am also a member of the Kentucky bar because I maintain a remote office in Lexington, KY. This afternoon a statement came through from the president of KBA. It is so well put and just as applicable to MD lawyers that I thought it worthy of being… Read More »
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