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How to Setup a Power of Attorney for Medical Emergencies

Emergencies strike out of nowhere. If a person is so badly injured or sick that he or she cannot make medical decisions, an individual with a power of attorney can perform these duties. In Maryland, separate documents are required for healthcare and financial power of attorney. The former document for health care power of attorney […]

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Creating a Living Trust in Maryland

People are increasingly turning to living trusts because of the flexibility of these estate planning tools. Also known as inter vivos trusts, living trusts permit you to place your assets in the trust while still controlling the property during your lifetime. The trust owns any assets placed in them, but you name yourself as the […]

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Tax on Inheritance in Maryland: How to Deal With It

Maryland is one of just two states imposing both an estate and inheritance tax. The other is nearby New Jersey. You do not have to worry about the latter tax if you inherit money from your spouse, parents, grandparents, siblings, or step parents. Property left to charity is also not subject to inheritance tax. However, […]

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Noah’s Law and its Effect on People With DUI’s

Maryland has incurred a great deal of legislation pertaining to DUI law. Although Maryland has a very reliable method of public transportation conveniently connected to Washington D.C.’s metro, many citizens of the state still drive. As a result of this, Maryland has had several incidences of DUI’s that they have driven legislators to create new […]

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Constructive Possession of Contraband

Constructive possession of contraband is different from simple possession. Contraband can be anything from drugs to firearms, and determining if someone possesses the contraband can be difficult. For instance, if the defendant is in a house that contains contraband, are they guilty of possession, even if the contraband isn’t theirs? It is difficult to determine […]

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