Law Office of Jason Ostendorf LLC proudly represents Maryland residents in appeals, family law matters, personal injury and consumer protection cases. Mr. Ostendorf has built a solid reputation as a Baltimore, Maryland divorce lawyer, stop foreclosure advocate, personal injury and appellate attorney. The law firm primarily handles cases in Baltimore, Towson, Annapolis and Owings Mills, MD. Mr. Ostendorf enjoys a niche practice as a Maryland appeals lawyer. He is among the few appellate attorneys who have had the privilege to argue before the Maryland Court of Appeals. Mr. Ostendorf also regularly provides representation in the Maryland Court of Special Appeals, US Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals and US Supreme Court. As a Baltimore, Maryland divorce lawyer, Mr. Ostendorf handles all aspects of the high income divorce. He has a wealth of success in protecting clients' rights relating to alimony, high assets and property division, child custody, visitation and more. If the opposing spouse does not willingly enter into a separation agreement, Mr. Ostendorf is renown for providing relentless courtroom advocacy. To the dismay of big banks, Mr. Ostendorf is also a relentless foreclosure defense advocate. He is one of the few Maryland foreclosure attorneys who truly know how to stop foreclosure and save homes. Moreover, Mr. Ostendorf is often able to turn a foreclosure around on the bank with a consumer protection lawsuit. Whether the case involves a breach of contract, false affidavits or fraud, homeowners can count on Mr. Ostendorf to protect their rights. Lastly, Mr. Ostendorf is an experienced Maryland personal injury lawyer. Whether the case involves a car accident, truck accident, slip and fall, or legal malpractice, negligence, assault, battery, libel, slander, defamation, fraud or other tort, Mr. Ostendorf can help clients obtain the full and fair compensation they deserve.
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- Q. I am the appellee, pro se, in a Maryland district court Peace Order Case Appeal. The appeallant, is opposing lawyer in
- A: Thank you for your appellate law question. Appeals from a peace order compromise a unique form of appellate review. Based on the information provided, you may have several options. If you act quickly within applicable deadlines, there may be grounds to move to dismiss the appeal for improper service. Alternatively, since the appeal appears to be de novo, you may be able to strengthen your case by providing additional evidence. As with any appeal, you should promptly contact an experienced appellate attorney.
- Q. what is the purpose of an appellee dispositive motion
- A: A dispositive motion may be filed in a Maryland appeal by the appellee if the appellant missed the appellate filing deadline, or if the case has been rendered moot. The former is the most common basis for a dispositive motion on appeal. Since you are the appellant, you should not attempt to file a dispositive motion, as you would essentially be dismissing your own appeal. Appeals are highly complex. While they may seem simple to non-lawyers, your chances of prevailing without an attorney at the appellate level are probably slim. This is especially so if you represented yourself in the lower court. After all, you admit that your case was thrown out prior to discovery, which means your initial pleading probably suffered from a technical legal defect. If you are serious about your case, you should consult with a Maryland appellate lawyer.
- Q. Do I file the Notice of Filing of Case in Bankruptcy Court myself once my petition and schedules are filed.
- A: Bankruptcy laws are very complex, and so are the filing procedures. In order to make sure everything is handled properly, you should consult with a bankruptcy lawyer. http://www.legal-news-network.com/bankruptcy-lawyers/
- Q. How long is it before your credit & credit score are reset after delinquency. 7 years-10 years or never?
- A: A bankruptcy can stay on your credit report for up to ten years. While a bankruptcy will dramatically lower your score at first, the effects will decrease over time. If you are considering filing for bankruptcy, you should promptly consult with a bankruptcy lawyer.