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Diane G. Holland, Attorney at Law

Diane Holland has a law practice in Annapolis (MD)
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3159 Arundel On The Bay Rd, Annapolis, MD 21403
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  • Maryland (MD) 2007
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    Anne Arundel: Annapolis
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    Cases affect planning for gays
    InvestmentNews “For couples who got married in one of the 12 states [that allow same-sex marriage] or D.C., they could now do estate planning like heterosexual couples,” said Janis Cowhey McDonagh, an estate and trust specialist, and East Coast leader of the lesbian ... more »
    Elder Law: No will? The state may get your assets
    Pittsburgh Post Gazette He gave his pickup truck to one daughter and summer property he owned in Maryland to his son (he apparently forgot or was unaware of the fact that this property was already titled in his name and that of his son as "joint tenants with right of ... more »
    Examining How To Leave Behind More Than Money
    The Dispatch ... assets will be distributed, can open up communication between generations while helping to inform and complement an estate plan. "Wills and trusts often create restrictions on money for valid reasons," Williams says, "but they can also create ... more »
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    joint tenancy
    an ownership of a parcel of real property by more then one person. In most states the language of the deed must specifically state that the title is held by joint tenants. To create a valid joint tenancy all joint tenants have to obtain their interest at the same time and by the same deed; all joint tenants have to have equal ownership interest in the … Full Definition »
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