For more than two decades, attorney Douglas Lauenstein has been providing skilled legal services to clients in the State of Maryland. Learn More

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.

Five Tips for Hiring a Good Elder Law Attorney

November 12, 2021

Growing older comes with challenges and many legal decisions will have to be made, including asset protection, financial power of attorney, advanced medical directives, guardianships and more. Picking the right…

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Estate Planning for Unmarried Partners

November 12, 2021

Although estate planning is essential for married couples, it is potentially even more crucial for unmarried couples. Unmarried couples will be unable to make end-of-life decisions or inherit from each…

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Types of Compensation in a Personal Injury Case

November 12, 2021

If you’ve suffered an injury, property damage, or any other losses, you are entitled, as the plaintiff, to seek compensation from the party that caused or contributed to the loss.…

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The Basics on Maryland Wills

September 28, 2021

A last will and testament is a written document that outlines the wants and wishes one has for the distribution of their property and possessions after their passing. A last…

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Estate Planning during COVID-19

June 16, 2021

COVID-19 has impacted every facet of our lives, including estate planning. Even as federal regulations weaken, many are still looking to create a plan for their finances if they were…

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Getting Your Estate Plan Up to Date for the New Year

January 12, 2021

This past year was one full of changes, fluctuating restrictions and continuous health scares. While the New Year is a time for a fresh start, it is also a time…

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Understanding Traffic Violation Points on Your Driver’s License

November 19, 2020

You may have heard of getting “points” on your license, but do you know what this actually means? Accumulating points on your license through traffic violations and automobile accidents can…

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Elder Law: Nursing Home Red Flags

October 23, 2020

While unfortunate, it is common that many elderly individuals will go into assisted living facilities, or have some form of in-home care as they get older. However, it is vital…

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Estate Planning for a Child with a Disability

September 3, 2020

When beginning the estate planning process, you want to make sure you create a clear and comprehensive plan for your loved ones in the event you become incapacitated or pass…

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Personal Injury Claims in a Place of Business

August 6, 2020

If you have suffered a personal injury at the hands of a negligent business, having an individual on your side to fight for your rights is imperative. Businesses, especially large…

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