When a person in Maryland or the District of Columbia dies, there is always the possibility that some form of Estate Litigation will begin. This is true whether the decedent
In today’s digital age, where connectivity and convenience are at the forefront, it’s essential to recognize the vulnerability of our elderly loved ones to phishing scams. These scams, often perpetrated
A foreclosure will not prevent your divorce from being finalized but will complicate the proceedings and cause significant delays. If you have questions related to divorce, the Maryland and D.C.
If a person in Maryland or the District of Columbia dies and the person had a Last Will and Testament (Will), there are some circumstances where an heir, a dispossessed
Often, when parents are getting divorced, custody and visitation rights are emotionally-charged issues that create havoc for the parents, children, and the Maryland/DC divorce court. It is obviously better for everyone
Under the divorce laws of both Maryland and the District of Columbia, when a couple obtains a divorce, the marital assets of the couple are equitably divided as part of the final