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3 estate planning documents every college student needs

On Behalf of ZM Law Group | Sep 2, 2021 | Estate Planning Estate planning is not just a subject to address for young adults establishing their careers, new parents, empty nesters and seniors. Surprisingly, it is a topic that recent high school graduates bound for college should take seriously, too. What? Really? Yes. Adapting to a new city and…

ZM Law Group: Featured in Baltimore Magazine

ZM Law Group, and Zhanna Maydanich, was featured in Baltimore Magazine’s “Women Who Move Maryland 2021” spotlight series. Click here to read more to read more in their profile piece.

Do You Need Assistance with Estate Planning in Maryland?

No one likes to think about their own demise, but it is something that requires planning. Having a properly planned estate means that when you pass, all of your assets will be given to a benefactor of your choosing. As someone who’s been helping Marylanders with their estate planning for years, we know how to…

Are You in Need of an Annapolis, MD Family Law Attorney?

When dealing with the many different kinds of cases that fall under the umbrella of family law, we know it’s difficult. As someone who’s provided Annapolis and other surrounding areas of Maryland with our family law attorney services for years, we know custody and alimony battles can be trying, but we also know how to…

What Happens to Your Family Business in a Divorce?

Divorces are never easy. If you and your partner share a business, divorce can become more complicated. Regardless of who runs the books, who’s in charge of daily operations, or who invested in the business, that business is a marital asset. That means that your spouse has certain rights to that business. When going through…

How Does Alimony Work?

Alimony is financial support provided by one spouse to the other if there is a significant financial disparity between them upon separation and after divorce. Requests for alimony must be made before a final judgment of divorce is issued. Each state has guidelines to calculate alimony, and it can often be hard to estimate how…

5 Things to Know About Child Support

Child support can be a touchy subject for many ex-spouses. It can be heavily litigated and outcomes vary from case to case. However, child support will always be based on the best interest of the child. Wondering how it works? Take a look at these six things you should know about child support. The Person…

How Does Child Custody Work?

Child custody cases can be filled with emotional turmoil. While both parents are the most qualified to make decisions that are best for their children, sometimes they need outside help in determining child custody. Sometimes parents seek the court’s help to make decisions for their children that are grounded in the analysis. But before you…

What is a Parenting Agreement?

When parents split up, they’re left to decide on a parenting plan. A parenting agreement is a legally binding agreement between two parents that addresses how a child will be raised. It outlines the goals and rules regarding how the two parties will co-parent. Want to learn more about parenting agreements? Keep reading.  Why Are…

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