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  • Trunnell Law, LLC Sponsors the Stuff the Bus 2019
    Trunnell Law, LLC Sponsors the Stuff the Bus 2019

    The legal team at Trunnell Law, LLC is proud to be a 2019 sponsor of Stuff the Bus, a program that helps underprivileged children living in Anne Arundel County. This program is important to our firm ...

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  • Richard R. Trunnell's Legislative Update
    Richard R. Trunnell's Legislative Update

    It has been a busy Legislative Session for Mr. Trunnell, who is the Legislative Co-Chair of the Maryland State Bar Associations Family and Juvenile Counsel. Mr. Trunnell has testified on behalf of the ...

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  • Attorney Trunnell to Teach MSBA Juvenile Law Seminar
    Attorney Trunnell to Teach MSBA Juvenile Law Seminar

    Attorney Richard R. Trunnell of Trunnell Law, LLC will be teaching an educational seminar hosted by the Maryland State Bar Association (MSBA) on Wednesday, May 25 th , 2016 at the Sheraton Hotel in ...

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  • Attorney Trunnell to Speak at Upcoming MSBA Seminar
    Attorney Trunnell to Speak at Upcoming MSBA Seminar

    The Maryland State Bar Association, Inc. (MSBA) has scheduled an all-day seminar – titled "2016 Hot Tips in Family Law" – to discuss what esquires and other legal professionals should know about ...

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  • Attorney Trunnell Serves on Maryland State Bar Family and Juvenile Law Counsel
    Attorney Trunnell Serves on Maryland State Bar Family and Juvenile Law Counsel

    The Maryland State Bar Association, Inc. has accepted Attorney Richard Trunnell of Trunnell Law, LLC in Crofton onto the Maryland State Bar Family and Juvenile Law Counsel. This comes as a great honor ...

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  • Same-Sex Marriage Legalized Nationwide
    Same-Sex Marriage Legalized Nationwide

    The right for same-sex couples to marry has long been debated throughout every state. Although Maryland made this a reality on January 1, 2013, the recent Supreme Court decision is no less exciting. ...

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