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Maryland Drunk Driving Accidents

By Hasson D. Barnes |

Drinking and driving cause more human suffering than mere words can convey. The damage to property, lives, and families lasts far beyond the night of drinking that occurred.  If you are a victim of a drunk driving incident, you would be wise to consult with a personal injury attorney about damages. Tragic Account Here’s… Read More »

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Your Divorce Attorney Wants to Know

By Hasson D. Barnes |

If your marriage is on its last leg, you may have a lot of questions about your emotional, financial, and social well-being moving forward.  Divorce is a big move, and a knowledgeable Maryland divorce attorney can help to answer those questions and more.  Likewise, your attorney will have some questions for you! Discussion Topics … Read More »

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Divorce & Your Business

By Hasson D. Barnes |

As a business owner who is facing a divorce, you likely have a number of questions about your livelihood after the split.  Will your spouse be entitled to a portion of your business?  Will you have to buy out, or consider selling the business all together?  If you keep the business, will your ex… Read More »

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Will Reopening the Economy Justify Personal Injury Lawsuits?

By Hasson D. Barnes |

As of May 5, 2020, the majority of people in the US were not in favor of reopening the economy in the wake of the Coronavirus, according to a Washington Post-University of Maryland poll.  Over half of citizens are currently uncomfortable taking care of basic necessities, such as grocery shopping, while nearly 70 percent… Read More »

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Enhancing Safety for your Teen Driver

By Hasson D. Barnes |

If you’re the parent of a teen driver, it can be excruciating wondering if your child is employing safe driving practices while behind the wheel.  There are many dangers out on the road, and inexperienced drivers are more vulnerable to them than virtually anyone else.  As a parent, what can you do to mitigate… Read More »

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Is a Collaborative Divorce for you?

By Hasson D. Barnes |

We’ve all heard the horror stories: couples who call it quits and spend months—or even years, bickering and engaging in dirty tricks, accomplishing nothing more than providing multiple attorneys with a big pay day.  Is that the way divorce has to be?  The short answer is: absolutely not! A Better Way  Clearly, if you… Read More »

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Staying Safe on Your Bicycle

By Hasson D. Barnes |

When a Stockton woman and her 9-year old son took their bicycles out for a spin one late afternoon, neither had any idea that it would be their last ride together. 43-year old Lynn Wolff was struck by a vehicle that fateful day and lost her life.  It was one of many horrendous bicycle… Read More »

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Securing Guardianship of a Vulnerable Adult

By Hasson D. Barnes |

Too many elderly and otherwise vulnerable adults are prey to unscrupulous pariahs who seek to abuse or exploit them. Maryland courts are determined to protect these vulnerable adults and elderly Marylanders.  Rules related to guardians, guardianships, and lawyers are designed to protect those who are unable to manage their own finances or who cannot… Read More »

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Coronavirus and Rising Divorce Rates

By Hasson D. Barnes |

Since the end of February, one government office in China has been bombarded with over 300 requests for divorce, an unprecedented number. Across the country, since the coronavirus outbreak, there has been a deluge of divorce requests.  What’s behind the staggering increase in couples seeking to split in China, and will we see a… Read More »

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Locked Down with an Abuser During Pandemic

By Hasson D. Barnes |

If you live with an abusive spouse, you may be more panicked than ever now that the country is in the throes of the Covid-19  pandemic.  Close quarters can be difficult under the best of circumstances; the increased stresses associated with the medical, economic, and personal impacts families are suffering due to coronavirus make… Read More »

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