Maryland Car Accident Laws 2023 — All You Need to Know
January 2nd, 2023
Car accidents happen every day throughout the United States for many reasons, and each state has different laws for resolving these incidents. Maryland upholds relatively restrictive statutes concerning these incidents, some of which drivers find ove… Read MoreRead More
Categories: Car Accident
Estate Planning After Your Family Law Case
March 18th, 2022
After you have legally separated or divorced from your spouse, there are many things in your life that need to be addressed and possibly changed. Now is the time to create or update your estate plan. Regardless of the value of your assets, it is impo… Read MoreRead More
Categories: Estate Planning, News
Can I Use My Tax Refund to Pay for Bankruptcy?
February 21st, 2022
When you fall behind on your bills and other expenses, it can be extremely stressful. Many fears that come along with debt include creditors harassing you with phone calls, your wages being garnished, and the risk of losing your home and/or car. Fili… Read MoreRead More
Do Grandparents and Third Parties Have Rights to Custody in Maryland?
January 14th, 2022
If you are a grandparent, can you get custody or visitation rights to your grandchildren? The short answer, in Maryland, is “yes, but in very narrow circumstances.” In fact, not only grandparents, but any third party (such as a stepparent), may h… Read MoreRead More
Is it worth it to go to court for a simple speeding ticket in Maryland?
January 7th, 2022
Were you pulled over in Maryland for speeding or another minor traffic violation? You will see that for these minor traffic offenses, you have options. After receiving a ticket you will be sent a document asking if you want to go to court or if you w… Read MoreRead More
Auto Accident Videos
November 2nd, 2021
What Should I do if I am Injured in a Truck Accident in Maryland? Read MoreRead More
Unjustified Denial of Access by One Parent: Is Make-Up Time Required
August 2nd, 2021
The Maryland legislature has provided specific remedies that a parent can request when the other parent is unjustifiably denying court-ordered access with their minor child. In Maryland Family Law article, Section 9-105, the law provides that in a cu… Read MoreRead More
Let's Have the "Talk"
July 23rd, 2021
Life Insurance is a topic that doesn’t get discussed enough. And we understand— it’s a big decision! It could be a long process to navigate the jargon and all the information. Why do you need to shop around first before buying a policy? Thi… Read MoreRead More
Ruben Law Firm is Now Offering Guardianship Services!
June 7th, 2021
Quite often, people will find themselves in a position where they need the legal authority to make decisions on behalf of another individual. When someone either loses the ability to take care of themselves or is unable to responsibly manage their as… Read MoreRead More
Texting and Driving Penalties in Maryland 2023
April 20th, 2021
Using a handheld cell phone while operating a motor vehicle is not only against the law, it is extremely dangerous to both the driver and other people on the road. Many drivers are under the impression that texting is the only form of distracted driv… Read MoreRead More
Categories: Auto Accident, Criminal Defense, Traffic Violations
Maryland Seatbelt Laws 2023
April 15th, 2021
What Types of Debts Get Discharged in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?
April 5th, 2021
This past year has brought on many hardships to families and individuals across the globe. Countless people have been forced to make their health a priority over finances. These past few months have been quite troublesome for those who have not been… Read MoreRead More
Tags: bankruptcy, Chapter 7
What should I do with my wedding ring after my divorce?
March 9th, 2021
What should I do with my wedding ring after my divorce? After getting divorced a wedding ring can be a painful reminder of what was. It can also be an inspiring memento that drives you to create a new story for yourself. Having to look at that ring s… Read MoreRead More
What factors should I take into consideration when hiring a lawyer?
March 2nd, 2021
When your options are endless, making a choice can seem impossible. There are hundreds of lawyers providing services in all different types of law. Depending on what type of case you have, you are going to want to take into consideration different as… Read MoreRead More
How Often Should I Look At/Update My Last Will and Testament?
February 17th, 2021
After you complete your estate planning, you may be under the impression that there is nothing left to do. You may think that the Will you created is going to be perfect for the rest of your life. While an older Will should hold up in court, it is li… Read MoreRead More
What Happens If I Get Pulled Over In Maryland?
February 12th, 2021
Categories: Traffic Violations
What is a Contested Divorce in Maryland?
February 9th, 2021
When two spouses decide to get divorced, it is always a very emotional process. Nobody wants to think that the day will ever come, but unfortunately for many spouses, it does. That being said, divorce is typically a complicated process, which is why… Read MoreRead More
Child Support in Maryland | What to Know
February 1st, 2021
Child support is among the most hotly-contested divorce-related issues. If you are looking to obtain child support, or you are looking to modify your child support agreement, please do not hesitate to speak with our knowledgeable Maryland family law… Read MoreRead More
Can My Future Spouse's Parents Make Me Sign a Prenuptial Agreement?
January 26th, 2021
In today’s day and age, more and more people draft prenuptial agreements before marriage, as these agreements can help protect critical assets from the potential of a future divorce. However, in some instances, when parents of future spouses ha… Read MoreRead More
Can I Get Child Custody Back If I Was Not Initially Awarded It?
January 19th, 2021
Child custody is a critical divorce-related issue, and if you were initially denied custody of your child, you are most likely looking to win custody back so you can continue to be a part of your child’s life. Please continue reading and speak… Read MoreRead More