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When Your Marriage is Not Working, A Prenuptial Agreement Will

Jul 9, 2015

The lawyers at Bodie, Attorneys at Law discuss the importance of obtaining a prenuptial agreement before you say ‘I do.’  Conversing with your future spouse about a prenuptial agreement can be an uncomfortable and tense situation. However, it is important to be honest about your respective financial positions before your big day, to ensure that…

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Chris McNally to Present “Involuntary Discharge Procedures & Hearings” for HFAM on July 17th

Jul 7, 2015

Chris McNally will be presenting “Involuntary Discharge Procedures & Hearings” for Health Facilities Association of Maryland (HFAM) on Friday, July 17, 2015 in Linthicum, MD. The program will discuss the discharge process: from preparation to delivery of the notice, to conducting a hearing to actually discharging a resident from a nursing facility. Many common misunderstandings…

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Laws Regarding Payday Advances and Check Cashing

Jun 17, 2015

The experienced bankruptcy attorneys from Bodie, Attorneys at Law, discuss payday advances and check cashing parameters in Maryland. Coming up short when it’s time to pay a bill can be alarming. For many individuals, check cashing and payday advances can be a viable option when trying to secure additional funds. However, before you use these…

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Estate Planning: 7 Things to do Before You Pass

Jun 7, 2015

The experienced estate planning attorneys at Bodie, Attorneys at Law outline steps to guide you in preparing your estate to best support the loved ones you leave behind. Unfortunately immortality is not a realistic aspiration in 2015. With that, it is important that you have a plan in place in the unlikely event of your…

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10 Considerations for Employment Contracts

May 13, 2015

Experienced employment law attorneys at Bodie, Attorneys at Law discuss considerations for employers as it pertains to employment contracts. Employment contracts are a significant part of successful businesses, no matter how large or small the company. However, there are various types of employment agreements and it would be prudent to be aware of the differences.…

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Probate Overview – Should You Avoid It?

May 9, 2015

The estate planning attorneys at Bodie, Attorneys at Law, discuss important information regarding probating an estate. Probating an estate may not be a top priority on your to-do list, but there are various reasons why the process should be. The following material will help you better understand the process of probate and when it’s best…

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Attorneys Art P. Caltrider and Dan P. Stringer to Speak at Upcoming NBI Seminar on May 20th

May 7, 2015

Attorneys Art P. Caltrider and Dan P. Stringer will be speaking at the National Business Institute’s seminar titled, “The Latest Tips and Tactics for Handling Current Challenges in Personal Injury Litigation” on May 20, 2015. In complex personal injury cases, it is necessary to obtain in-depth insurance coverage knowledge, expert witness strategies, the ability to…

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9 Considerations for Bankruptcy in 2015

Apr 20, 2015

The bankruptcy attorneys of Bodie, Attorneys at Law discuss nine considerations to make before filing for bankruptcy. Too often, the decision to file for bankruptcy comes after a wage garnishment has started or after a bank account has been levied. Unfortunately, waiting for these events can make the situation even worse, as any levy or…

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Bodie Presents Wrongful Death Seminar May 7

Apr 9, 2015

Christopher M. McNally of Bodie will be joining the Honorable Vicki Ballou-Watts and Judson H. Lipowitz and Paul J. Schwab of Azrael, Franz, Schwab and Lipowitz LLC on Thursday, May 7, 2015 at 4:30 P.M. for Wrongful Death 2015, the BCBA wrongful death seminar. Using fact patterns and sample forms the panel will discuss various legal,…

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6 Estate Planning Necessities for Newlyweds

Apr 4, 2015

The estate planning attorneys from Bodie, Attorneys at Law describe important essentials regarding your estate plan after you are married. The first thing you want to do as a newlywed probably has nothing to do with estate planning, but it’s critical to tackle this item sooner rather than later. Taking the time to sit down…

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