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Terrence M. Nolan

  • Bankruptcy
  • Maryland, Maryland
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David Gormley
David Gormley April 26, 2018
Rating: 10 Lawyer Rating - 10 out of 10
I have known him for years and always know that he will take care of the clients I refer to him.
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We are a full-service law firm with a highly personalized approach. We handle most legal matters, however, we do not sue Doctors. We enjoy helping people with financial problems. We believe that filing a bankruptcy, under the proper circumstances, can change the balance of your financial life for the better. Call us for a free initial consultation.

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Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Debt Relief
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15 Questions Answered
Q. How long after an alcohol related accident can a person be arrested in MD?
A: Hello:

I am on vacation and have no books to look this up, however, the state has one (1) year to bring charges for assault and battery and I believe if an officer filed DUI charges in less than a year a Motion to Dismiss on that basis would fail. Now, the State clearly has problems of witnesses, causation, were you the driver, etc. that an attorney would help you consider as defenses. Terrence Nolan
Q. How long does it take for everything to disappear after filling bankruptcy ?
A: Generally it stays on your credit report for 10 years from the date of discharge. However, you will begin receiving solicitations for credit cards, "You have been pre-approved" soon after your case closes. If, as you should, refrain from getting any credit cards, and save some money, you will be eligible to qualify for a mortgage with most companies about 2 years after discharge.
Q. Question about 5-101 Maryland. Where does the 3 year date start? It says from the date it accrues?
A: The beginning of the measuring period is the date you knew, or should have known, of the wrong. It is generally 36 months for contracts and civil lawsuits. There are exceptions: in some cases measuring years are shorter (one year for assault and battery) and longer (12 years) for contracts under seal; until age 34 for sexual abuse; and other exceptions as well. The issue is fact-specific. Terry Nolan 410-242-9177
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Law Offices of Terrence M. Nolan
5505 Oregon Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21227
Telephone: (410) 242-9177
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