Back To The Future 2 – What? No Lawyers?

by Tucker Clagett | Posted in Laughing @ Lawyers | Reading Time: < 1 minute

Back to the Future II

Ok. So I was geeky enough to watch Back To The Future 2 on “Back To The Future Day” with the rest of the nerds. In case you missed the avalanche of news stories and social media posts, yesterday was October 21, 2015 – the day that Marty and Doc go forward to the future...

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Food Drive Donation Complete!

by Tucker Clagett | Posted in What's New With Us | Reading Time: 2 minutes

In January we donated all the food that we collected from Halloween through Christmas to a local food pantry. We originally conceived of our food drive for Spirit Week only (the week of Halloween). But it was so successful we decided to extend it through Thanksgiving. That was so successful we kept it going right...

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Spirit Week Canned Food Drive

by Dave Gormley | Posted in What's New With Us | Reading Time: 2 minutes

It’s SPIRIT WEEK here at ABG&C! That’s right, just like in high school! We are dressing up, having fun and most importantly, holding a canned food drive for the local food bank! So, when you stop in to see us, be sure to bring a canned/boxed item for charity. More photos of the weekly shenanigans:

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My Longest Ride To Arlington: A D-Day Remembrance

by Dave Gormley | Posted in What's New With Us | Reading Time: 3 minutes

Memorial Day

Reflections on D-Day: A Journey to Arlington with Aunt Mary Ellen By Dave Gormley On this Anniversary of D-Day I found myself thinking about the day I gave my Aunt Mary Ellen a ride to Arlington for my Uncle Johnny’s Funeral. Growing up I knew my Uncle Johnny took part in the D-Day landings at...

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Tis the Season for Trouble with Visitation

by Nasheia Conway | Posted in Family Law | Reading Time: 5 minutes

Child Support Lawyers Maryland

It’s that time again! Many families are gearing up for gift-giving, turkey cutting and coordinating their family photos. But some families are trying to figure out which parent gets what time with their children. Disputes over visitation are very common around the holidays. When parents no longer share a household, it becomes difficult to figure out...

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