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Change Your Smoke Detector, Not Just The Battery
Find out from +Tucker Clagett why instead of replacing the battery it may be time just go ahead and get new smoke detector.
If your house still has the original smoke detectors installed by the builder it probably is time to upgrade. 

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BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT
An interview of +Dave Gormley with +Kimberly Bean of the +Southern Maryland Real Estate Network.
Meet Dave Gormley of Andrews, Bongar, Gormley & Clagett, P.A. (aka Southern Maryland Law). Dave is a Bankruptcy Attorney with almost 20 years experience. I've had the privilege of working with Dave in a variety of real estate transactions, including local residents who needed help to avoid foreclosure as well as those who needed help short selling their home. We have held numerous seminars to teach people who have experienced bankruptcy learn how to buy a home again. I highly recommend Dave and his firm.

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Identity Theft: If It Happens to You (Part 1)
Hackers, skimmers, and data thieves are a part of modern life. As a result, identity theft is a very real problem that could happen to any of us. There are a million articles out there advising you how to avoid this painful experience. You should read them and take their advice.

However, what do you do if it does happen to you? This post will give you a step by step plan for dealing with identity theft. Nobody can make this a painless experience. But if you work fast, and follow our plan, you can make the pain go away as soon as possible.

This is a two-part blog post. The first post (this one) tells you what to do immediately. The first 5 things you do simply stop the bleeding. After that, you still have to repair and recover your credit. Learn more about Rebuilding Your Credit.

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Thanks for the cupcakes +Kimberly Bean and +Southern Maryland Real Estate Network! We forgot to take a photo before they were all gone.
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Small SUV's pose the greatest risk to passenger safety according to recent testing. Recent results have, however, prompted change and a focus towards additional crash testing focused on occupant safety. 

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Don't Go Down the Rabbit Hole of Owing Taxes
We all to often see the person who hasn't filed taxes in years. Now they have a problem that will take years and years to deal with. Find out why owing taxes may mean it is time to look at filing for bankruptcy. If it is not that bad but you need some ideas on how to pay your taxes you can also see this post from +Murphy & Murphy, CPA, LLC : http://www.murphycpallc.com/blog/do-you-owe-the-irs-money/25952

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A comprehensive guide to selling your home during divorce by +Kyle Hiscock.

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Lifestyle Shift Points to Southern Maryland Investment - When you recall how thoroughly public confidence was shaken during that last financial meltdown, you probably also remember how reluctant most people were to presume that Southern Maryland real estate values would rebound anytime soon. Those who saw nosediving property values as nothing less than a great buying opportunity were in the courageous minority—even though a cool-headed review of the history of home values’ ups and downs mad...

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Buy a House Not a Lawsuit
5 Tips for Writing a Real Estate Contract
addendumAre you attempting to sell your home without using a real estate agent? Are you a real estate agent that is getting ready to write a contract or prepare an addendum to an existing contract? If you’ve answered “yes” to either one of these questions, then this was written for you in mind. As lawyers, we’ve seen a simple misunderstanding turn into an expensive mistake. Here are five tips to save you some money (and headaches) if you are getting ready to buy/sell your home. However, these tips don’t just apply to real estate contracts…they apply to all contracts (such as employment contracts, contracts for the sale of goods, and any other contracts where promises and/or money is exchanged).


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