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In the eyes of the law, when your “child” goes off to college at 18, they ARE an adult, is your family prepared legally if something were to happen?

In the eyes of the law, when your “child” goes off to college at 18, they ARE an adult, is your family prepared legally if something were to happen?

In the eyes of the law, when your “child” goes off to college at 18, they ARE an adult, is your family prepared legally if something were to happen? It is that time of year when kids are leaving for college.  I remember the excitement of being able to leave home and have “freedom” to […]

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We are Growing – Do you know a Law Clerk or Paralegal/Legal Assistant who would be interested in joining us?

The Zamary Law Firm is growing.  We are looking for a Part-Time Law Clerk and Paralegal/Legal Assistant. Please visit our website for details and application information.

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Lady Justice Wears a Blindfold

After the Ray Tensing trial resulted in a second mistrial, the Cincinnati Enquirer ran an article titled, “The black community wants justice.  What does it look like?” by   Mark Curnutte.  In it, the author discussed the community’s reaction to the mistrials. “People, African-Americans, do not believe in the process” said one of the interviewees in […]

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Georgia 06 – Most Expensive House Seat Race Ever, What Did It Tell Us?

Georgia 06 – Most Expensive House Seat Race Ever, What Did It Tell Us?

The special election between Jon Ossoff (D) and Karen Handel (R) for the suburban Atlanta (GA-06) congressional seat vacated by Tom Price is finally done.  The potential referendum against the Trump regime may have fallen short, but is there something to be learned? This race has gone down in history as the most expensive race […]

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Zamary Law Firm Proud to Support Bethesda LYCEUM, Dr. Hugh Herr will be Keynote Speaker

Zamary Law Firm Proud to Support Bethesda LYCEUM, Dr. Hugh Herr will be Keynote Speaker

In classical Athens times, there was a gymnasium called the Lyceum dedicated to Apollo which is considered to be the location where Aristotle held his school of philosophy.  Today, a lyceum often refers to an association which provides public lectures, concerts or entertainment.  We are very fortunate to have the Bethseda Foundation hosting their 16th […]

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Good time for a Great Cause – Please join me Sunday, February 19th in support of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

Good time for a Great Cause – Please join me Sunday, February 19th in support of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

It is my pleasure to be serving as a Guest Bartender joining Peter Barrett and Lauren Pember at The Quarter Bistro to help raise funds for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (@CF_Foundation) on Sunday, February 19th.  A portion of the Bar and Dining Room sales will be donated.  The weather is going to be gorgeous to […]

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Electoral College – A balanced system created by our Founding Fathers

The nation has undergone one of the most divisive political campaigns in its history.  Notably, for only the fifth time, it appears a President-Elect will have won the Electoral College while losing the popular vote. This isn’t an event without some precedent.  In 1824, John Quincy Adams was elected through the House of Representatives after […]

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How the law may impact our clients

I have been asked by the head of my marketing team to take time and provide content to the Zamary Law Firm, LLC’s blog. Unlike traditional blogs, I am not going to stay centered on one topic or area of law. My practice has evolved over the years which has led me to opening the […]

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