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Posts by GDWG

A Memorial Day Message

This Memorial Day Weekend, we honor the memories of so many servicemen and women of our United States Armed Forces. For generations, young men and women have made the ultimate sacrifice in service to their country and, ultimately, for our freedoms. This weekend we recognize the sacrifice, not only of these brave members of our…

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Thank You for Supporting JDRF

We would like to extend a thank you to all of our friends who joined us this past Saturday evening at the Hotel duPont for the 18th Annual JDRF Delaware Hope Ball. It was inspiring to see so many folks come out to support such a wonderful organization that we hold so close to our…

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The Sopranos Rule

Every so often, certain legal matters become infamous. If a given case enters the national consciousness through its connection with a celebrity, it naturally becomes fodder for conversation in legal circles. Such is also the case as it pertains to our favorite courtroom scenes on the large and small screens. Who doesn’t love watching Marisa…

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Happy New Year from GDWG!

It’s remarkable how fast the years go by! Sure, the time tends to fly by more quickly as we get a little older, but let us not forget that time (also) flies when you’re having fun! Was 2018 fun? You bet! All year long, we had a blast working with realtors, mortgage pros and other…

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Happy Thanksgiving from GDWG!!!

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! First off, please allow us to take care of some quick announcements. The Delaware State Courts and GDWG offices will be closed on Thursday, November 22nd and Friday, November 23rd for the Thanksgiving holiday. Justice of the Peace Courts 11 (New Castle County), 7 (Kent County) and 3 (Sussex County) will remain…

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In a Divorce, Distribution does not Always Mean Half

For those going through a divorce or even considering it, one’s thoughts can get heavy to say the very least. With every day comes another  What are we going to do about… scenario that takes up space in an individual’s head in between making breakfast, driving the kid’s to practice and any number of other…

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The Hows and Whys of Contesting a Will

When an individual passes, and a will is present, it is the responsibility of an estate administrator  to ensure estate taxes are paid, debts are paid and the distribution of the will is executed properly.  The administrator files a petition with the Court of Chancery to  admit the will to probate and name an executor…

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Back to School Can Mean Back to Court

It seems as though every summer slips by a little more quickly as we get older. The good news is that the arrival of fall is not as abrupt as it is for school-age and college-age kids. Clearly, the transition for some young people seems to hit like a brick wall. This time of year…

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