A Tradition of Excellent Legal Service
Bodie is an AV-rated, midsized, regional law firm. Bodie is the oldest continuously operated law firm in Baltimore County, Maryland. We have multiple offices that serve clients throughout the State of Maryland, located in Towson, Harford County/Cecil County and Hagerstown.
Bodie, Attorneys at Law
About the Firm
Bodie is an AV-rated, midsized, regional law firm. Bodie is the oldest continuously operated law firm in Baltimore County, Maryland. We have multiple offices that serve clients throughout the State of Maryland, located in Towson, Harford County/Cecil County and Hagerstown. Founded in 1957 as the law firm of Power & Mosner, P.A., Bodie, Dolina, Hobbs, Friddell & Grenzer, P.C. is one of Maryland’s most respected professional corporations engaged in the general practice of law. In 1996 Power & Mosner, P.A. merged with Smith, Johns & Smith, P.A. to become Bodie, Nagle, Dolina, Smith & Hobbs, P.A. In 2009, after 27 years at the Firm, John Nagle was appointed to the bench in the Circuit Court for Baltimore County. Read More →
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On September 30th, Bodie Partner Christopher McNally will be presenting a class to the Maryland Multi Housing Association, Owners and Property Managers about lead law and lead compliance. The 3 hour interactive discussion will provide information and explain methods that can help attendees to take a proactive approach to lead compliance. Christopher McNally co-supervises the…Read More
In the wake of the Supreme Court decision legalizing same-sex marriage across the nation, employers are reevaluating health benefits to include same-sex spouses. However, these adjustments may jeopardize the healthcare benefits for those in domestic partnerships, unmarried unions and common law marriages. The landmark decision regarding same-sex marriage not only altered laws regarding marriage equality,…Read More
When filing for bankruptcy, one is not required to surrender all of their assets and property. Exemptions allow protection for certain property and at times its’ value, depending on the type of bankruptcy that has been filed. Bankruptcy exemptions safeguard certain possessions and property, or adjust how payments are made, when filing for Chapter 7…Read More