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4 Fair Housing Act Myths in Maryland

As a landlord or a tenant, you are probably aware of the Fair Housing Act. This piece of legislation is designed to prevent discrimination during the process of selling or leasing real estate properties on the basis of a protected category (color, race, religion, sex, familial status, national origin).

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Terminal Illness: How to Get Your Affairs in Order

Financial planning isn’t the first place your mind goes after being diagnosed with a terminal illness, but it’s important to think about it. The right financial moves lighten your family’s burden after you’re gone and give you peace of mind.

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The Residency Requirements for a Maryland Divorce

In the eyes of the law, it does not matter where you got married. The divorce will be filed in the state where you currently reside, which means it is subject to all of the laws in that state.

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Mistakes Landlords Make With Security Deposits

Security deposits are common when renting in Maryland, and they are very useful for landlords to ensure that they have funds that can be used if a tenant damaged the property and repairs need to be made. However, since landlords are required to hold onto security deposits, many problems can arise if they are improperly handled.

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Parenthood and Finance: Smart Tips for Planning Ahead

Financial planning can be complicated and hard to understand. But when you’re a parent, it can easily become more difficult due to the added pressure of including your children in your plan.

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7 Grounds for Divorce in Maryland

No couple wants to consider the possibility of divorce before tying the knot, and deciding to end a marriage is a very big decision. While we often think of marriage as a romantic and spiritual endeavor, it is also a legal decision. As a result, you and your spouse will need to show the court why you want to be divorced.

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Collecting Child Support in Maryland When the Parent Doesn’t Want to Pay

Unfortunately for some parents, having a child support agreement in place is not enough to get the other party to pay. Whether the other parent believes that the set amount is too high or they are refusing to pay outright, how can you go about collecting child support in Maryland when the other party won’t give you the funds you need to care for your child?

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Can You Modify Child Support in Maryland?

Once a child support decision has been made in court, it can be difficult to have it altered. Child support in Maryland can be changed or modified in unique circumstances with the help of a skilled attorney.

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5 Misconceptions About Leases in Maryland

When agreements are made through leases, it is common for disputes to arise, and in many cases legal action is required. While real estate law can often be complicated under specific circumstances, here are 5 common misconceptions about leases in Maryland.

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What Are a Father’s Rights in Maryland?

Even with the changes in modern family dynamics that have taken place over the past decade, there is still a commonly held assumption that family and domestic courts have a bias against fathers. What is the truth about father’s rights in Maryland?

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