Polyamorous Marriages and Divorces in Maryland/DC: Some Thoughts
There has been quite a lot of legal news lately about marriages and relationships between three or more people. For example, a couple of cities in Massachusetts recently passed laws
Columbia, MD Divorce Law Firm: No-Fault Divorce Options in Maryland
In practice, there are three methods of obtaining a “no-fault” divorce in Maryland even though only one is truly considered to be “no-fault.” First, in 2018, Maryland changed its divorce
Howard County, MD Estate Planning and Guardianship Law Firm: Types of Adult Guardianships in Maryland
Adult guardianships are established by Maryland courts after a judicial determination that a person is in need of protection because of severe disabilities, mental incapacities, hospitalization or other impairments that
Maryland and DC Estate Planning Attorneys Explain How a Last Will and Testament Can Avoid Family Probate Litigation
In Maryland and the District of Columbia, most people prepare a Last Will &Testament (“Will”) as a means of providing final instructions for such matters as burials and how property/assets
Maryland and DC Divorce Attorneys: What Is an Annulment?
Under Maryland divorce law and the divorce law of the District of Columbia, there is a procedure for ending a marriage called an “annulment.” Annulment has some similarities to obtaining
Maryland and DC Estate Planning Attorneys: What Does a Personal Representative Do?
If you are preparing your Last Will & Testament (and other Maryland/DC estate planning documents), among other things stated in your Will, you will need to nominate a “personal representative”