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April 2017 Archives

Protecting your child with a special needs trust

One of the primary concerns of people who have children with special needs is who will take care of them when they are gone if the disabled child is not able to care for or support themselves as adults. By setting up a special needs trust, you can help ensure that they'll be cared for and that their assets will be protected.

At college but under 21? Think twice before drinking

You are off at college and enjoy going to parties all the time. While you might feel completely independent and invincible, you do want to be mindful of underage drinking laws in Maryland. You might be at college with friends who are 21 or older, but that does not give you a free pass.

Consequences for shoplifting can be serious

While many may consider shoplifting to be a minor crime, individuals charged with the crime should take the situation seriously. This is because the consequences for a conviction can be harsh and impact your life for years to come. This is particularly true if you are a young person just starting out in life.

Using your estate plan to leave a legacy

Increasingly, estate planning isn't just about leaving money, property and other assets to family members and other loved ones. For many Americans, it's become a way to leave a legacy -- to use the fruits of your success to help organizations that are doing work you value or that have meant something in your life.

Would law targeting slower drivers lead to fewer aggressive drivers?

People throughout the state of Maryland use vehicles to get from one place to another. With all of the time spent behind the wheel, it is not uncommon for drivers to face consequences for a driving violation at some point. Aggressive driving is just one of many possible traffic violations someone might be accused of.

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