By Jacob M. Rappaport, Esq. Contrary to popular belief, if one dies without a Last Will & Testament (“Intestate”), the Government will not automatically take your assets, rather, the assets will be distributed in accordance with the order listed in the Maryland Intestate statutes. The absolute last resort recipient listed is the County Board of… Read More »
When an individual possesses a criminal record, he or she is presented with insurmountable obstacles when seeking employment. As a way to combat low employment opportunities and decrease the rate of second offenses, The Second Chance Act was introduced and signed by Governor Hogan in 2015. The Act provides a legal foundation that allows nonviolent… Read More »
Medical professionals should be able to properly diagnose their patient. Of their many obligations, diagnosis is part of a proper doctor-patient relationship. When you ask to have a name assigned to your ailment, you’re putting your faith into the hands of these professionals, trusting them with your health. In some cases, you could even be… Read More »
If you are currently the landlord of a rental property, you hope that the return on your investment is worth every potential liability. However, these liabilities pose a serious risk. Seeing the successful results of your rental property is much more satisfying when you know that you are legally protected from liability. To learn more… Read More »
When you need legal help in Maryland, your options can seem overwhelming and limitless. Your goal is to find the law firm that can best suit your needs; and, when it comes to choosing the perfect firm, your main concern should be that of reassurance and loyalty. The wrong law firm could destroy your hard… Read More »
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