Gray Divorce

August 23rd, 2019

Not So Golden Years: FAQs About Divorce in Your 50s and Beyond

            Your kids are finally out of the house.  You are on the verge of retirement.  You are looking forward to your golden years.  The big decisions that come with this next step in life…

Read More

August 15th, 2019

13 Stein Sperling Lawyers Named to 2020 Best Lawyers List

Stein Sperling Bennett De Jong Driscoll PC is pleased to announce that 13 lawyers, Millard Bennett, Julie Christopher, David De Jong, Kathryn Deckert, David Driscoll, Monica Garcia Harms, Ann Jakabcin, Matthew Pavlides, Jeff Schwaber, Andrew…

Read More

A house key resting on a tenancy agreement contract.

August 2nd, 2019

Clarifying Co-Ownership

We are often asked what it means to own an asset with another that involves a “tenancy.” In Maryland, there are three ways you can own an asset in the form of a tenancy with…

Read More

July 15th, 2019

New Employment Laws Passed During Maryland’s 2019 Legislative Session

Numerous laws affecting employers were passed during the 2019 Maryland legislative session and will go into effect in the coming months. Laws Going Into Effect on Oct. 1, 2019 Gender Diversity Law This new law…

Read More

Podcast Microphone

July 11th, 2019

Bonaviri Interviewed on Revocable Trusts

Stein Sperling Estates + Trusts attorney Micah Bonaviri was featured on the ExitReadiness Podcast, where he spoke with hosts Pat Ennis and Walter Dehyle on the topic of “The Use of a Revocable Trust in…

Read More

ILIT Family Sketch

June 17th, 2019

Dating During Separation

It is not unusual to wonder when it is appropriate to begin dating during the separation and divorce process.  One of the most common questions family law attorneys are asked is the timing of beginning…

Read More

June 6th, 2019

Stein Sperling Attorneys Appear on Federal News Network’s For Your Benefit

Stein Sperling tax attorney David De Jong and estates and trusts attorney Steve Widdes spoke with host Bob Leins on his radio show For Your Benefit on the Federal News Network. The June 3 episode,…

Read More

Man with smartphone

May 16th, 2019

Divorce in the Digital Age: What’s on Your Smartphone?

Two people can keep a secret if one is not a smartphone. In the digital age, electronically stored data can be crucial in a divorce case. Indeed, according to the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers,…

Read More

May 14th, 2019

Supreme Court Expands Scope of Enforcing Arbitration Clauses

A recent Supreme Court decision should make employers think about reviewing their employment contracts, policies and arbitration clauses. In Epic Systems Corp. v. Lewis, a sharply divided United States Supreme Court expanded the enforceability of…

Read More

May 8th, 2019

Jointly Titled Accounts are Not Necessarily Jointly Owned Accounts

If your name is on a joint account, can you be charged with the theft of funds from that account? The surprising answer may come from a case recently decided by the Court of Appeals…

Read More