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Will This Property Need to go Through Probate in Maryland?

If the deed states “…grant and convey unto the said John and Jane as tenants by the entireties, their heirs and assigns in fee simple…” does the property go through probate or convey to the heirs? I would want to review the entire deed, but given just this language in a Maryland deed, in short: […]

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How Long Do Creditors Have to Bill an Estate in Maryland?

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In Maryland, the creditors have six (6) months to file a claim. The bill must be sent to the Personal Representative and filed with the Register of Wills. If you are a Personal Representative of an estate and waiting for a bill from the hospital or other creditor, it might be a good idea to […]

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Can I Finance my Child’s Home Mortgage in Maryland?

Depending on the mortgage you are hoping to finance, there are a few ways this could work. For example, if the current property is deeded under your daughter’s name but you simply want to pay the monthly payments on her behalf and she will pay you back as if you were a bank, then this […]

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Lien Sheets are no Longer Required for Confirmatory Deeds in Harford County, Maryland.

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No research on outstanding balances due from the owner will be completed. All other types of Deed transfers will require a lien sheet prior to processing. If a deed is presented without a lien, the presenter must provide a copy of this policy circling which category the deed falls under in order to receive the […]

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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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Maryland Probate Attorney: Are Life Insurance Policies Included in Maryland Probate?

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No, if the beneficiary is an individual and not the estate of the decedent. In this instance proceeds from an insurance policy are handled outside of the administration of the estate in probate. For a free, confidential conversation to discuss this and other estate planning matters, including probate administration legal services, contact Maryland probate administration […]

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