What Happens to Guns in an Estate?

One piece of any estate plan that requires attention is the ownership of firearms. Due to the interplay of state and federal law governing firearms,...

Lose the Rate this Holiday Season

Nope, it’s not a typo! Cedar Point can help you drop some excess rate this holiday season. For one week only, we...

3 Steps Toward Financial Wellness

Are your finances healthy or could they use a checkup? Start the new year with fresh resolve to achieve financial wellness. “Many experts suggest...

6 Reasons to Hire a Divorce Attorney

If you are preparing to file for divorce, you may be considering whether or not you need to hire an attorney. Retaining...

Spring into Action

The cold weather is behind us (hopefully!) and spring excitement is in the air. Use this time to assess your networking situation and focus...

Why Crowdfunding May Cost You Medicaid Eligibility

Crowdfunding or fundraising websites, such as Kickstarter, YouCaring, and GoFundMe are quickly becoming a popular source for donations where ordinary people may...

Most Important Estate Planning Documents – for Now and Later

What is the first thing that leaps to most people’s minds when they think about estate planning? A Will. We’ve all seen the dramatic...

Is Collaborative Divorce the Right Option for You?

Traditionally, divorce involved litigation. It was exclusively an adversarial process. Lawyers on either side of the aisle would advocate on behalf of...

Injured while working on the water or on a military base?

Thousands of hard workers are injured on the job every year. Explosions, fires, equipment failures and falls are just a few common accidents that...

Can I Get a Divorce in Maryland?

You would think this is an easy question to answer, but it is not. Did you know that there are two types...