Maryland Wills: Who Can Be My Personal Representative/Executor
Choosing a Personal Representative is one of the decisions that must be made when a person has a Last Will & Testament drafted. In many States, the word used is
Some Basics on Creating a Trust Under Maryland Law
In simple terms, a trust is a legal arrangement – almost always created through written trust documents – where legal ownership of property is given over to the trust There
Should Assets be Liquidated in a Maryland/DC Divorce?
In both Maryland and the District of Columbia, when a couple divorces, the divorce court is tasked with dividing the marital assets in an “equitable” manner. “Equitable” is not the
Maryland Divorce Law: Divorce By Mutual Consent Explained
In Maryland, divorce proceedings may be characterized as “contested” and “uncontested.” As the words imply, a contested divorce in Maryland is one where the spouses are contesting – arguing and
Contested Divorces in Maryland/DC: What Evidence Will I Need?
If you are involved in a contested divorce here in Maryland or the District of Columbia, this generally means that, at some point, the couple and their lawyers will be
Maryland/DC Divorces: Same Sex Couples and Adultery
Adultery has long been an important potential issue for divorces. Indeed, at one time, adultery was the most salient ground that permitted a couple to dissolve their marriage. This remains