What is a “Pro Hac Vice” Motion & Why does my Attorney need it?
What happens if you get into legal trouble when you are outside your home state? Can you call your…0
Maryland Courts Enter Phase 3 of Reopening
Maryland Courts Enter Phase 3 of Reopening Beginning today, July 20, 2020, the Maryland courts have begun to move...
What is Mediation?
Mediation: Bringing it all to the table Mediation may be a word we’ve all heard, but many of us...
Partner Jennifer Dill Named to 2020 Super Lawyer Lists
Ferrante, Dill & Hisle, LLC is proud to announce that for the fifth consecutive year, partner Jennifer Dill has...
What is Discovery?
We typically get a lot of questions from our clients about the discovery...
Holographic and Video Wills: Are they legit?
While the preparation of a Will is traditionally thought of as a very paper-heavy ordeal, complete with a Notary,...
What is Ancillary Probate and how does it work in Maryland?
We recently covered what the probate process is and how it works in Maryland. But we covered the subject in hypotheticals...
Should I have a Will or a Trust? Or a bit of both?
When Burt Reynolds died in September of 2018, he left his only son out of his Will. But this...
Will or No Will: That is the Question
Death is an uncomfortable subject for most people, though it seems to be the topic of conversation in our...
What is Probate? How does it work in Maryland?
The death of a loved one or family member is, without a doubt, one of the most emotionally trying...