An advance healthcare directive,  is a legal document, which instructs your doctors and health care providers about your medical preferences. If you are unconscious, mentally incapacitated, or not able to express yourself, your medical directive will be there to tell your doctors what your medical choices are. An advance healthcare directive also allows you to inform your family…

Navigating a Maryland child custody dispute can be frustrating and emotionally demanding. For many parents, there is nothing more important than knowing where their child will live and knowing that they will have a say in their child’s upbringing. Best Interest of the Child and Child Custody in Montgomery County and Prince George’s County Maryland child…

The aftermath of a car accident can be a difficult time. You may be suffering physically, emotionally, and even financially. Following an accident, the last thing on your mind is the potential outcome of a possible court case. However, when the dust settles and you are in the process of pursuing an auto accident claim it…

After a divorce, many ex-partners find it difficult to work together. However, being unable to work with each other can create a serious problem if the former couple has a child or children together. Co-parenting, or “cooperative parenting” is a parenting relationship where the two parents of a child are not romantically involved but, still…

A living trust, or inter vivos trust, is a legal instrument that contains instructions for what you want to happen to your assets when you die. Including a living trust in your overall Maryland estate plan has several major benefits, including the ability for your spouse or living heirs to avoid having to probate your assets with…

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