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Part 1 – The Probate Process: The Will

Part 1 of this 3-part series on the probate process focuses on the Will and understanding the distribution of an estate. All states consider the decedent’s estate — that is, the assets and liabilities of the decedent — to be either

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Attorneys for Children in Custody Cases

In some child custody cases, the judge may decide that the child needs to have their own representation, separate from the parents. The judge can appoint a lawyer for the child if he decides it’s necessary. There are three types

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Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act

Today, families no longer stay in the same town as they grew up in or got married in. For both military members and civilians, your work might require you to change locations frequently. If you have to move across the

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Child Custody in the State of Maryland

Custody disputes can be a frightening time for any parent. This can be especially true for Active Duty military parents, who feel they may be disadvantaged in the custody agreement due to the frequency of relocation, career obligations, and the

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