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Lauenstein Law Firm

For more than two decades we have been providing skilled legal services to clients in the State of Maryland. If you have visited our site because you need a lawyer please call our office or send an email for a free consultation. We strive to achieve excellent results through persistence and dedication. We give our clients personal attention and aggressive representation.

Our office is located in the Perry Hall area of Baltimore County, Maryland. We will make home and hospital visits to clients who are unable to come to our office for health reasons. The firm provides services in all of Maryland including but not limited to the following areas: Baltimore County, Baltimore City, Harford County, Perry Hall, Nottingham, White Marsh, Parkville, Carney, Fullerton, Overlea, Rosedale, Essex, Chase, Dundalk, Middle River, Kingsville, Towson, Bel Air, Joppatowne, Edgewood and Ocean City.

Why to Plan Early for Aging Parents

June 19, 2018

The Baby Boomer Generation is rapidly reaching retirement age, and the oldest Gen Xers are approximately a decade from leaving the workforce, meaning their children should be placing a serious…

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Creating a Revocable Trust

May 10, 2018

A revocable trust, also known as a living trust, provides flexibility and probate protection when estate planning. Here, Douglas C. Lauenstein, estate planning attorney, explains what you need to know…

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Baltimore City Begins New Traffic Violation Initiative

April 26, 2018

In an effort to alleviate congestion in heavily-trafficked areas of Baltimore City, Maryland legislators have drafted a law creating a new traffic violation known as “blocking the box.” Here, the…

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What to Know About Self-Driving Car Accidents

April 16, 2018

In the wake of the most recent autonomous car accident, where a woman was fatally struck by an autonomous car as she walked her bicycle through a crosswalk, questions regarding…

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What to Know About Slip-and-Fall Claims and Homeowner’s Insurance

March 19, 2018

If someone experiences a slip-and-fall on a neighbor’s property, they may file a slip-and-fall claim against the homeowner’s insurance policy. It is important to understand how an individual’s homeowner insurance…

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What to Know About Defamation Laws

February 16, 2018

Defamation laws fall under the umbrella of personal injury law because they are considered to cause harm to an individual through written or spoken words. Here, personal injury attorney Douglas…

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What to Know About Digital Assets and Estate Planning

February 6, 2018

While most individuals understand the necessity of estate planning for tangible assets, many have only just begun to consider the management of their intangible, or digital assets, after they are…

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What to Know About Special Needs Trusts

January 22, 2018

A special needs trust can help disabled loved ones without jeopardizing their eligibility for federal and state assistance. Here, estate planning attorney, Douglas C. Lauenstein, explains what you should know…

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Trust Terms to Know: Revocable, Irrevocable, Testamentary and Inter Vivos

December 19, 2017

When creating a trust, you will come across a variety of unusual terms, such as revocable, irrevocable, testamentary and inter vivos. But, what do these terms mean regarding trusts? Here,…

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How Do Your Pets Fit Into Your Estate Plan?

October 18, 2017

Estate planning can help provide security, stability and peace of mind for loved ones—but what about your beloved pets? Here, Douglas Lauenstein explains why you should consider your pets when…

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