Experts Are Predicting a Healthy Housing Market in Delaware

By GDWG / April 25, 2017

Finding the home you want in the First State is becoming more and more difficult especially in “hot” areas such as Pike Creek and North Wilmington. Even though interest rates are on the rise, they are still very reasonable for those seeking a mortgage. Fear of inflation and therefore a...

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Details Make the Difference in Commercial Law

By GDWG / March 27, 2017

There are very few certainties when starting your own business. How long is it going to take until you turn a profit? What’s the best way to advertise your services? How can you find, train and keep a reliable staff? Certain truths we can only come to through trial and error....

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Estate Probate and Fighting for Fairness

By GDWG / February 24, 2017

When a relative or loved one passes away, it can make for a pretty tough time. Making it through the funeral and all of the plans and accommodations that come with it can be difficult as we reconcile emotions and deal with those others that share our grief. When an...

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The Dying Stigma of the Prenuptial Agreement

By GDWG / January 27, 2017

For decades there has been a stigma associated with those couples who sign a prenuptial agreement. Chief among the suppositions from friends and family is that one or both parties thinks there is a high chance that the marriage will not last. Of course, this is a silly thought to...

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Happy Holidays from GDWG!

By GDWG / December 21, 2016

It’s been a fantastic year here at the firm. This year saw more growth here at GDWG as we expanded both our services and our staff! We would like to wish all of our clients as well as our wonderful friends in the real estate and legal community a very...

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Stop Creditor Harassment Today!

By GDWG / November 23, 2016

If you are behind on your bills, you undoubtedly know by now what it is like to deal with the endless calls from creditors morning, noon and night. There comes a point for everyone in this position where one must be honest about the next steps. What is reasonable for...

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When it Comes to Applying for Disability Benefits, Get it Right the First Time

By GDWG / October 31, 2016

Did you know that the appeals process for claims for Social Security Benefits can take one to two years in some cases? In Delaware, you do not need to have an attorney to file for disability. However, up to 65% of initial claims are denied by the Social Security Administration and...

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Delaware Continues with Healthy Forecasted Trend for Real Estate Market

By GDWG / September 25, 2016

Fall can be an odd time of the year for the real estate market, especially with regard to home sales. There is a belief that the real estate market comes to a grinding halt after Labor Day and this is simply not the case. In fact fall sees the second...

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How Does the Court Determine What is in the Best Interest of the Child?

By unifeyed / August 31, 2016

In cases of child custody regardless of whether or not there is a disagreement between parental parties, the Court is going to evaluate what is in the best interest of the child as it relates to living arrangements, schooling and relationships. So what does the Court take into account when...

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Changes in DE Law a Sign of the Times

By unifeyed / July 28, 2016

This past week, Governor Markell signed a bill modifying the requirements for mandatory minimums, thus freeing up judges to use their own discretion specifically regarding crimes of a non-violent nature. Previously, several drug felonies were lumped in as violent felonies. Those felons with multiple convictions could easily find themselves on the wrong...

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