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  • Say you want an evolution

    Say you want an evolution

    By moving away from the traditional adversarial approach to one that emphasizes the circumstances facing each family, educators hope to give students a range of skills apart from litigation with which to address their clients’ needs.

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  • UMMC expands domestic violence program

    UMMC expands domestic violence program

    The University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore has received $70,000 to expand its domestic violence prevention program.

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  • After Clark, a conversation worth having

    After Clark, a conversation worth having

    Given the significant amount of wealth that many clients have accumulated in their retirement accounts, the Clark decision should prompt clients to speak with their tax and legal advisers about how to optimally plan for these assets, particularly in situations where creditor protection is a significant concern.

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  • Need an Update? Mark your calendar

    Need an Update? Mark your calendar

    The 2014 Family Practice Update is coming to the Ecker Business Training Center in Columbia on Sept. 4. The half-day course includes a year’s worth of updates on legislation, the Maryland Rules and case law provided by attorneys from Reinstein, Glackin Patterson & Herriott LLC and Brodsky, Renehan, Pearlstein & Bouquet Chtd.

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  • Niece’s annulment costs lawyer her career

    A Rockville solo has been disbarred for negotiating an annulment for her niece without consulting her, and while representing the niece’s husband in an immigration ...

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  • Household chores aren’t ‘forced labor’

    Household chores aren’t ‘forced labor’

    An immigrant who brought four young relatives to the U.S. and allegedly beat them for not doing household chores didn’t violate a federal ban on forced labor, a federal appeals court held.

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After Clark, a conversation worth having

After Clark, a conversation worth having

Given the significant amount of wealth that many clients have accumulated in their retirement accounts, the Clark decision should prompt clients to speak with their tax and legal advisers about how to optimally plan for these assets, particularly in situations where creditor protection is a significant concern.

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7 things to say to a potential family law (or other) client

7 things to say to a potential family law (or other) client

Hiring an attorney can be a stressful and time-consuming task for people who suddenly find themselves in need of legal representation. The following are my top seven items that I discuss during an interview with a potential client

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Business valuation considerations in divorce

It’s been said that a business valuation is more of an art than a science. This is especially true when a business valuation is needed in a divorce setting.

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Lessons from a ‘Lost Boy’

Lessons from a ‘Lost Boy’

Sweeping scientific developments have taken place with human reproduction in recent decades, but the law has struggled to keep up with this progress.

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