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What Is the Tenant’s Right of First Refusal in Baltimore City?

Baltimore City has many laws that govern both landlords and tenants, but some of them even regard the potential sale of the rental property. What is the tenant’s right of first refusal in Baltimore City, and what do landlords need to know before attempting to sell their property?

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5 Myths About Child Custody in Maryland

In many divorces, child custody is a pivotal factor that has a lasting effect on both the child and the parents involved. When preparing for any case involving child custody in Maryland, it is critical that you work with the right lawyer and know the truth behind many of the biggest myths about child custody.

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Our Office Is Preparing to Reopen: What You Can Expect

While our office is not reopening to the public yet, we are already thinking about the best ways to prepare for the next phase of Maryland’s reopening. In this blog, we will be sharing some of the changes we are making to ensure that we follow all CDC suggestions and stay healthy.

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Understanding Mediation and the Homebuying Process

While the vast majority of real estate transactions go off without a hitch, occasionally there has to be more formal intervention between the two (or more) sides involved. Real estate disputes can arise for a variety of reasons, including disagreements between realtors and homebuyers, misunderstandings between buyers and sellers and even arguments between brokers and agents.

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Changes to Child Support in Maryland

Due to recent changes, there are serious shifts coming to child custody and child support in Maryland as of October 1, 2020. Both the method for calculating child support and the standard for shared physical custody, barring a veto from Governor Larry Hogan, will be different for cases filed on or after the effective date.

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Understanding Latent Defects in Maryland

Did you recently purchase a new home? Have the summer thunderstorms and rains led to flooding in the basement? Did you experience a bathtub leak or electrical short after you moved in?

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4 Misconceptions About Domestic Abuse in Maryland

Domestic abuse is a serious problem nationally, and things are no different in our state. Domestic abuse in Maryland can affect any couple or person.

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The Differences Between an Ex Parte Emergency Hearing and a Request for an Expedited Hearing in Baltimore County

Two of the most frequently confused types of hearings in Baltimore County are ex parte emergency hearings and expedited hearings. Each type of request has different requirements that determine whether or not the request will be granted.

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Creating a Long Distance Parenting Plan in Maryland

Divorced parents who have shared physical custody of their children are allowed to spend a specific amount of time with their children, whether that means three days every month or three weeks every two months. Parenting plans are often the most effective way to define when a child will stay with each parent, as well as for how long they will be staying there.

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The Baltimore City Laws Governing Airbnb Hosts

Many homeowners and property owners look to rent out extra rooms and living spaces on Airbnb as a way of bringing in extra income. If you are a Baltimore City property owner, there are additional laws you will need to abide by to ensure that you do not get in any legal trouble.

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