LGBT and Estate Planning (Part Two): Dying Without A Will in Maryland/DC – Assets That Are Not Probated
In these two articles, the experienced DC and Maryland Estate Planning attorneys at the Law Offices of Thomas Stahl are encouraging members of the LGBT community to get their Wills
LGBT and Estate Planning (Part One): Dying Without A Will in Maryland/DC: Some Basics on The Laws Of Intestate Succession
At one time, having top-tier Estate Planning documents was crucial for Maryland and DC gay and lesbian married couples. Before same-sex marriage was legalized, a Last Will And Testament and
Divorce is sadly far too common in the United States. According to statistics from the American Psychological Association, about 40-50% of all marriages in the United States end in divorce.
Generally speaking, a “summons” is an official court document (prepared by one of the attorneys representing the plaintiff) that is hand-delivered to the “target” of a court case. Generally, the
Yes. As discussed below, paying alimony will generally reduce the amount of child support. When a married couple divorces in Maryland or the District of Columbia, among other things, the