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Without a Will – Maryland Intestacy Law

  • Posted by Justin K. Schwemmer
  • On 2016-04-04
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  • estates, intestacy, intestacy laws, intestate, last will, last will and testament, maryland intestacy, maryland intestacy laws, wills, without a will
So what’s going to happen to your property without a will? “Intestate” is what you would call someone who dies without leaving a valid will. In Maryland, if you do not have a valid last will and testament when you die, your property, or estate, will be distributed accorded to the Maryland laws of intestacy. […]
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Expungement & Family Law Changes

  • Posted by Justin K. Schwemmer
  • On 2015-09-28
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  • criminal law, criminal law changes, expungement, expungement changes, expungement law, expungement law changes, family law, family law changes, marijuana, maryland expungement changes 2015, maryland family law changes 2015, new laws, new laws 2015, new maryland laws, new maryland laws 2015
Starting October 1, 2015, there will be some new changes taking effect for Maryland expungement and family law. In some cases, expungements and divorces will become easier to obtain. When clients ask me about getting old records expunged, it is usually because they are having an issue getting clearance for a job. Maryland criminal records […]
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Integration Clauses

  • Posted by Justin K. Schwemmer
  • On 2015-01-16
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  • contract law, contracts, integration clause, integration clause example, integration clause sample, merger clause, merger clause example, merger clause sample
Recently, I was in an exciting discussion with two friends about contract clauses (lawyers are a blast at parties, I’m telling you). One friend was a business owner who had drafted contracts for use with his clients, and another dealt with contract negotiations at his job (it was not his favorite work-related activity). Our conversation […]
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