Elizabeth J. McInturff, Esq., of JDKatz, P.C., recently wrote a guest column in The Daily Record about how the state of Maryland may enforce significant changes in divorce laws that will affect both how attorneys practice law and how clients are afforded relief. That is, on October 1, 2023, a law is anticipated to repeal the authority of the court to decree a limited divorce, while also altering certain grounds for an absolute divorce. To learn more about what these changes may mean for you, click on the picture below.
Articles and Publications
- Deciphering Medicaid Long Term Care in a Nursing Home Crisis
- Challenging a Will: A Guide to Understanding Undue Influence and Elder Abuse
- Qualifying for Medicaid: How to Plan Your Parents’ Financial Spend Down
- “The volatile world of discovery sanctions” By: Elizabeth J. McInturff, Esq.
- Defying Stereotypes: Wife Takes Over Mother-in-Law’s Health Matters. (Part III)
- Easing the Burden: How Maryland Medicaid Can Aid Your Parent’s Nursing Home Needs (Part II)