Do You Have the Right to Consult With a Lawyer Before Taking a Breathalyzer Test If You are Stopped for DWI in Maryland?

Baltimore, Maryland, October 8, 2014 / MM Globalwire / Family Law Attorney, Alan Fishbein, practices in Maryland and serves cities near Washington and Baltimore shares the following information on breathalyzer laws. One of the hallmarks in American jurisprudence is the concept that the accused has the right to consult with an attorney before making any choices in which...

Allergies? Maybe It’s Your Air Ducts and HVAC System

BALTIMORE, MD, April 21, 2014 / MM Globalwire / After a brutal winter in, bulbs are starting to peek out of the ground and trees, grasses and plants are emerging from hibernation.  What that means for the one-in–five Americans who suffer from allergies is clear:  Time to cough sneeze, wheeze and drip. What many Americans don’t know is that indoor air pollution...

Child Custody Is Not Limited to Divorce in Maryland

Baltimore, Maryland, April 7, 2014 / MM Globalwire / We are all familiar with the term “the best interests of the child”.  Typically, we hear it related to child custody. But for Ellicott City, Maryland family law attorney Brenda Fishbein, there are actually other situations to consider outside of that typical divorce. “There’s an increasing trend of grandparents...

From Valentine’s Day to Divorce Day in Maryland

Ellicott City, Maryland, March 12, 2014 / MM Globalwire / If you recently celebrated Valentine’s Day with a loved one, you probably weren’t thinking about divorce. According to the Retail Advertising and Marketing Association, we were spending big bucks on our loved ones. We spent over $13 billion celebrating Valentine’s Day We exchanged 180 million cards...

Midlothian HVAC Contractors Keeping Residents Warm

Special to MM Globalwire February 18, 2014 After getting pummeled by winter storms throughout the region, Midlothian residents have been focused on two things: Staying safe and staying warm. Man uses snow blower on side street. (Photo courtesy Getty Images-Spencer Platt) We won’t be thinking too much about heating our homes for the next week, with temperatures jumping...

Getting Sole Custody of Your Child in Maryland

Ellicott City, Maryland, February 18, 2014 / MM Globalwire //  The ongoing and somewhat sad saga over sex abuse allegations against film director Woody Allen (brought against him by ex-wife Mia Farrow) is being seen as an alleged case of child abuse. But, at the heart of it, is the residue of a bitter divorce and child custody battle. Agreeing upon the best arrangement...

Child Custody and Divorce: Let the Fight Begin in Maryland

({city}), February 6, 2014 / MM Globalwire / “Who will get custody of the kids?” That’s one of the first questions that divorce lawyers are asked when a new client comes into the office. Legal fights over custody are common. And, let’s be honest, if you haven’t gone through a divorce yourself, you know someone who has. If children are involved, you no doubt...

Child Custody and Divorce: Let the Fight Begin in Ellicott City

(Ellicott City), February 6, 2014 / MM Globalwire / “Who will get custody of the kids?” That’s one of the first questions that divorce lawyers are asked when a new client comes into the office. Legal fights over custody are common. And, let’s be honest, if you haven’t gone through a divorce yourself, you know someone who has. If children are involved, you...

Super Bowl, Beer, Chips and a Horrible House Fire in Edgewood

Edgewood, January 31, 2014 / MM Globalwire / – It’s that time of year. Super Bowl weekend games is in full swing, and so are the bowl game parties.  Beer? Check. Chips and Salsa? Check. Big fire in the chimney? Check. Most Americans have only one concern on their minds during Super Bowl weekend – whether their team will win or not. But, there’s a lurking...

Beer, Bowl Games and House Fires

BEL AIR, Jan. 2, 2014 / MM Globalwire / – It’s that time of year. College football bowl games are in full swing, and so are the bowl game parties.  Beer? Check. Chips and Salsa? Check. Big fire in the chimney? Check. Most Americans have only one concern on their minds during college bowl game season – whether their teams will win or not. But, there’s a lurking...