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Prepayment Penalties: An Unwelcome Surprise

8/6/2019

Whether you have applied for a loan or are thinking about doing so, it is important to consider whether you could be charged a fee ...

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Are Age Restrictions Legal in Community Association Facilities?

8/6/2019

Rules, rules, and more rules.  When living in a community association, rules governing the use of the community facilities, including the pool and fitness center ...

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Alternative Dispute Resolution - A Great Solution to Resolving Legal Conflicts

8/6/2019

All successful businesses operate in a collaborative manner with their customers, vendors, and employees, utilizing contracts to establish and document all parties’ obligations and rights ...

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New Behavioral Health Rules for Telehealth Services

7/5/2019

Health care services delivered remotely via video conferencing or other similar means have come a long way since the Maryland Health Quality and Cost Council ...

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THE MANAGEMENT BUYOUT: Looking Within for an Exit Strategy

7/5/2019

With more and more Baby Boomers seeking to retire, we are witnessing an uptick in business owners looking for an exit strategy.  For some, the ...

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Does a Prenuptial Agreement take all the Romance out of Marriage?

7/5/2019

Referred to casually and colloquially as a “prenup,” a prenuptial agreement, antenuptial agreement, or premarital agreement is an agreement entered into between parties before their ...

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Death Taxes in Maryland: Should You Be Concerned?

7/5/2019

As our estate and trust attorneys can confirm, many of the clients who consult with us after experiencing the loss of a loved one must ...

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2019 Legislative Update

5/29/2019

The Maryland General Assembly opened its 2019 session on January 9th. During this year's session, 2,500 bills were filed and a total of ...

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2019 Maryland Legislative Review - Estate and Tax Planning

4/29/2019

The first year of the four-year cycle for the General Assembly is usually is slower year, a year of learning by all of the new ...

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Fiduciary Litigation: Family Law for the 21st Century

3/29/2019

With unprecedented family wealth transferring from our “Greatest Generation” and “Baby Boomers” to younger generations, competition among family members for that wealth is becoming an ...

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Is Your Business the Target of Social Engineering?

3/29/2019

Have you or your business been the victim of “social engineering”?  Although you may never have heard the term “social engineering,” you are probably already ...

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How Public are Complaints Against Physicians?

3/29/2019

Patients rely on the integrity and competence of physicians to safely administer medical treatment, medications, and advice.  Whenever a patient experiences an unexpected response to ...

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PRESS RELEASE

3/20/2019

For Immediate Release   

Davis, Agnor, Rapaport and Skalny, LLC, one of the region’s leading law firms, today announced that Laura Lynn Thomas has joined ...

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How to Prepare for Litigation as a Business Owner

3/4/2019

Most owners of small businesses trust that doing the right thing, such as taking care of their employees, and respecting their customers and suppliers, will ...

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The Use of Business Entities for Asset Preservation

3/4/2019

One of the most effective ways to protect a business owner's personal assets is to operate the business through a corporation, LLC, limited partnership ...

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Contemplating a Separation or Divorce and Unsure Where to Start?

3/4/2019

Family law is an intricate and complex legal area – often made more so because it frequently involves personal difficulties and intense emotions. Family law issues ...

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This Year Resolve to Fund your Trust

2/4/2019

Many individuals who have set up an estate plan use a tool referred to as a “revocable trust” (sometimes called a “living trust”).  One of ...

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County Council Considers Bill to Tighten Development Within Watersheds

2/4/2019

The future of development in Howard County has long been hotly debated, especially in the wake of the disastrous Ellicott City floods of 2017 and ...

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Computer and Social Media Policies for the Workplace

1/30/2019

Virtually every company relies on computers, email, and the internet to operate, and has employees who use the company’s computers, email, and internet access ...

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The Law Offices of Alisa G. Cummins, PC Joins Davis, Agnor, Rapaport & Skalny, LLC

1/18/2019

Press Release

For Immediate Release

Attorney Alisa G. Cummins Brings Depth of Experience To Resolve Complex Family Law Matters

Columbia, Maryland - January 16, 2019 - The ...

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