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Birth Injuries and Your Legal Rights

Having a birth injury occur during you or your loved one’s hospital birth can be a stressful and confusing experience. However, as I state on MarcianoLegal.com under particular circumstances, some birth tragedies are preventable and you have a legal right to pursue action if you feel that another party was at fault regarding the injury. […]

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Why is Limited Liability Important?

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John and his wife, Mary, own a flower delivery business. They’re equal partners, sharing decision making and other responsibilities 50/50. They own a small building downtown for their shop, near the two-story townhouse they bought together, and in addition to the family sedan also own a delivery van with “John and Mary’s Flowers” written in […]

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What is an S-Corporation?

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An S-Corporation (S-Corp) is one of two types of corporations defined by subchapter of the tax code they are governed by. Like more common C-Corporations (C-Corp), or publicly-traded corporations, S-Corps provide limited liability to management and shareholders, protecting the personal assets of those who would otherwise face personal liability in case of a creditor’s claim. […]

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Free or Reduced Fee Legal Services in Maryland

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If you are in need of legal service but are unable to afford the cost you may qualify for reduced or free legal assistance through one of these organizations. MARYLAND LEGAL SERVICES CORPORATION FUNDED PROVIDERS 2017 Contact Information Allegany Law Foundation -(301) 722-3390 Alternative Directions – (410) 889-5072 Asian Pacific American Legal Resource Center- (202) […]

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Carney Maryland Estate Planning Attorney and Will Filing

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Maryland law allows Wills to be filed with the county in which you live. As an estate planning attorney who works in Carney, I have encountered clients who have failed (or their attorney failed) to file their Will with the county. This is a critical final step in the Will creation process as it ensures […]

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Maryland Probate: Personal Representative Moves Out of State

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What happens if you are the personal representative, aka executor, for a Maryland estate but then you move from Maryland to another state? The short answer is that you may quality to continue as the personal representative however you will need to file a request to appoint a Maryland resident agent. The resident agent must […]

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Harford County Maryland Lien and Deed Deadlines

From Harford County, Maryland, for immediate release. For a free, confidential conversation to discuss this and other Maryland property law matters, including drafting, filing and recording Maryland property deeds for a modest fixed fee, contact Maryland property attorney Stephen J. Reichert at 410-299-4959, sreichert@reichertlegal.com or by clicking here. *** NOTICE *** LIEN CERTIFICATE APPLICATIONS for […]

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Maryland Business Contracts: The Importance of Grammar

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When your business is contracting with another business, employee, contract staff, or other client, it is important that each clause, and each sentence, is properly worded and has the appropriate legal grammar. The lack of a serial comma—aka Oxford comma—in a Maine milk company’s contract is now going to cost them millions of dollars. Read […]

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Steps To Filing A Medical Malpractice Lawsuit

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You were injured at your doctor’s office or at the hospital, or you’re sicker now than when you began treatment, you suffered unexpected side effects from the drug(s) your doctor prescribed. Or you had to undergo a second surgery for the same condition, or your child was born with an unforeseen birth defect. All these […]

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Maryland Property Deed Search

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Under Maryland law all property deeds are part of the state public record. Property deeds, mortgage documents, easements, liens and other related document recordings are managed by the Clerk of the Circuit Court in each Maryland county. After a document is recorded by the county land records department, the county then “indexes” the document thus […]

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