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This week, Mark Davis explains why it is necessary to have a Will. A Will determines what happens to your assets upon your death. Without a Will, the laws of intestacy determines who receives the assets. Typically, this is to the closest living relative of the deceased person. However, if there is no living relatives to the fifth degree, the assets are distributed to the local Board of Education.
To learn more about our Wills & Estate Planning services click here or contact us today! We help clients understand their choices. We describe the options in plain language so that there is no confusion. Read more
This week Michael O’Shea talks about Pre-Existing Conditions. Understand what the term means and how pre-existing conditions can impact personal injury claims. Read more
This week’s Legal Minute features Attorney David C. Weigel, Esquire.
What is the Boulevard Rule, you say? That’s an excellent question, and DUP is here to answer ALL of your questions with… The Legal Minute! This week’s Legal Minute features DUP Associate Attorney, David C. Weigel, Esq. Dave explains what Maryland’s “Boulevard Rule” is, how it can effect you, and why it’s important to keep in mind while operating a motor vehicle – especially considering the dreaded snowstorm Southern Maryland expects to see this evening/Thursday morning! Enjoy!
We hope that everyone had a SAFE & HAPPY Holiday season. Let’s start off the New Year right, with renown trial-attorney, Mark J. Palumbo, Esq. In this installment of the Legal Minute, Mark “lays down the law” (pun intended) concerning Economic & Non-Economic Damages!
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