Author: mjo

Feb 03

What Is Income for Child Support Purposes?

Child support is mandatory in every state across America to ensure the child’s financial needs are met. Some factors determine the income for child support purposes.   Each state is mandated by its own set of rules and regulations. Maryland has the Maryland Child Support Guidelines as a reference to determine the custodial parent’s income… Read More »

May 26

What Are The Elements of Family Law?

Family law can be defined as a legal practice area that emphasizes the various problems that entail family relationships like child custody, divorce, and adoption, among others. Also known as the law of domestic relations or the matrimonial law, family law is a law area that deals with domestic relations and family matters. Attorneys who… Read More »

May 07

Webinar: Financial Relief During COVID-19

On April 28, 2020, LEVIN GANN P A presented a webinar entitled Financial Relief During COVID-19. The program summarizes the COVID-19 relief options available for independent contractors, sole proprietors, and single member LLCs. The presentation covers the SBA PPP Loan, the EIDL Loan, the EIDL Grant, the stimulus check, unemployment benefits, and changes to retirement… Read More »

Apr 27

Business Interruption Coverage for Losses Sustained Due to COVID-19

Business owners are understandably concerned about the financial impact of the novel Coronavirus (“COVID-19”). Business interruption insurance, an add-on to commercial property insurance, may protect businesses against income losses resulting from suspension of operations. While coverage is dependent on the language of the policy, such losses may be covered when the suspension of operations is:… Read More »

Mar 26

COVID-19 Business Relief

What is Included? Application Form Links MD Grant: Information | Form MD Loan: Information | Form MD Manufacturer Relief: Information | Form MD Layoff Aversion: Information | FormSBA Disaster Relief Loan: Information | Form Contact Information Andrew R. Sandler, 321-4660Practice Areas• Corporate & Business Law• Real Estate Law Stanford G. Gann, Sr., 321-4644Practice… Read More »

Mar 25

Summary of Emergency FMLA and Paid Sick Leave

Effective April 1, 2020 FMLA has been expanded in view of the COVID-19 situation we are facing. Specifically, private-sector employers with fewer than 500 employees, and covered public-sector employers, must provide up to 12 weeks of job-protected FMLA leave for “a qualifying need related to a public health emergency” to employees who have been on… Read More »

Jan 15

Understanding the Baltimore County HOME Act

In November 2019, the Baltimore County Council approved legislation to prohibit landlords from rejecting renters solely based on their source of income. This bill, also known as the Baltimore County HOME Act (The Housing Opportunity Made Equal Act), aims to make housing opportunities equal. What does it mean, and how will it impact you when… Read More »

Dec 24

What should You Not Do During Separation?

Disputes or quarrels tend to happen most of the time, and it’s ruining your relationship. Thus, you will only reach consensus if you think that it’s time to end your relationship and call for a separation. But not all have fulfilling separations. There are couples who end up in more serious disputes. But if you… Read More »