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Young Malmberg & Howard
Ronald Poliquin

30 The Green
Dover DE 19904
(302) 672-5600

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Young Malmberg & Howard


Since 1993, our commitment at Young, Malmberg and Howard, P.A. is to offer the highest quality of legal services to individuals, businesses and organizations in Delaware. We are a general practice firm with emphasis in the areas of Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Workman's Compensation, Criminal/DUI, Domestic/Family Law, Corporate Law, Business Law, Real Estate, and Trust & Estate Planning.

Our goal is producing successful results and client satisfaction, while handling complex transactional and litigation matters efficiently and cost effectively. Our firm's size enables us to have a close relationship with clients, therefore relating to each client individually. We are committed to serving our clients in a courteous and professional manner. Our Law office is conveniently located in downtown Dover, Delaware with free private parking available for our clients.

Please Call: 302 -672 -5600

Ronald G. Poliquin

Ronald G. Poliquin is a member of the Delaware and New Jersey Bar and practices as an attorney with the law firm of Young, Malmberg and Howard in Downtown Dover.

Poliquin's current focus is in the area of domestic and criminal law. He has extensive trial experience and has argued cases in front of the Delaware Supreme Court. His cases have been featured in publications such as USA Today, The Heartland Institute's Budget and Tax News, and Delaware Law Weekly.

Recognizing the emotionally difficult circumstances surrounding many family law issues, Ronald G. Poliquin believes in the importance of offering competent, sensitive representation with the goal of reaching an amicable resolution and at the same time assisting the individual in maintaining dignity throughout the process. He handles a full range of Family Law including divorce, separation, premarital agreements, custody, support, visitation, and property division.

His goal will always be to reach an amicable resolution while at the same time assisting you in zealously defending your rights throughout the process.

Education: Bachelor of Science from Eureka College, Juris Doctor from Widener University School of Law

Please Call: 302 -672 -5600

Attorney Information

Kenneth J. Young

Kenneth J. Young was born November 13, 1956 and currently resides in Dover, Delaware. 

Education: Boston University, 1978; Delaware Law School, 1981.

Admissions: Delaware State Bar, 1981; U.S. District Court (District of Delaware).

Member: Delaware State Bar Assoc.; Delaware Trial Lawyers Assoc.; Terry-Carey Inn of Court.

Practice areas: Personal Injury; Worker's Compensation; Criminal Law; DUI Defense; Real Estate.


Constantine F. Malmberg, III

Constantine F. Malmberg, III ("Conny") was born December 31, 1958. He is married and currently resides in Camden, Delaware.

Education: University of Delaware, B.A. cum laude, 1982; Delaware Law School at Widener University, J.D. cum laude, 1986.

Admissions: Delaware State Bar, 1986; U.S. District Court, 1987 (District of Delaware);  U. S. Supreme Court, 1997.

Member: American Bar Assoc.; Delaware State Bar Assoc.; Kent County Bar Assoc. (Property Committee); Delaware Trial Lawyers Assoc.; Terry-Carey Inn of Court.

Practice areas: Personal Injury; Business; Corporate; Real Estate and Land Development; Litigation; Municipal Law.


Kevin Howard

Kevin Howard was born January 13, 1957 and currently resides in Dover, Delaware.

Education: Hampden-Sydney College, 1979; Delaware Law School, 1983; Law clerk for The Honorable Vincent Bifferato and The Honorable Bernard Balick of the Superior Court

Admissions: Delaware State Bar, 1983; United States Supreme Court of Appeals; United States District Court (District of Delaware)

Member: Delaware State Bar Assoc.; Delaware Trial Lawyers Assoc.; Terry-Carey Inn of Court

Practice areas: Criminal Defense; DUI Defense; Personal Injury; Family Law; Worker's Compensation


Ronald G. Poliquin

Ronald G. Poliquin is a member of the Delaware and New Jersey Bar and practices as an attorney with the law firm of Young, Malmberg and Howard in Downtown Dover.

Poliquin's current focus is in the area of domestic and criminal law. He has extensive trial experience and has argued cases in front of the Delaware Supreme Court. His cases have been featured in publications such as USA Today, The Heartland Institute's Budget and Tax News, and Delaware Law Weekly.

Recognizing the emotionally difficult circumstances surrounding many family law issues, Ronald G. Poliquin believes in the importance of offering competent, sensitive representation with the goal of reaching an amicable resolution and at the same time assisting the individual in maintaining dignity throughout the process. He handles a full range of Family Law including divorce, separation, premarital agreements, custody, support, visitation, and property division.

His goal will always be to reach an amicable resolution while at the same time assisting you in zealously defending your rights throughout the process.

Education: Bachelor of Science from Eureka College, Juris Doctor from Widener University School of Law

Practice Areas

Personal Injury

Our firm represents individuals involved in automobile accidents, product liability, slip-and-fall incidents, and virtually every aspect of personal injury matters. Victims are frequently unaware of the numerous options and legal remedies that are available to them. We assist individuals with their claims and being fairly compensated for their injuries. These cases are normally handled on a contingency basis, which means if there is not a recovery then there is not a fee.

Worker's Compensation

We handle a wide variety of on the job injuries that require representation before the Industrial Accident Board. Most individuals are unaware of all their rights under the law, including lump sum permanency benefits. Individuals entitled to work-related benefits are invited to take advantage of our legal services in this department. We will thoroughly investigate your claim to ensure that you collect all the benefits that you are entitled. These cases are also handled on a contingency basis.

Real Estate

Our firm represents commercial clients, individuals, and lenders doing business in the De. Real Estate industry, which includes proceedings and transaction that deal with real property-land and the structures attached to it-including purchase and sale, construction, mortgages, foreclosures, leases, zoning, title examinations, quiet title actions, closings and management. We can also provide you with legal advice on such issues as regulatory disputes, eminent domain and land developments. For most people a home is the most important purchase they will ever make, and we will handle all aspects of your settlement for you, from reviewing the contract of sale to conducting your settlement. Our goal is providing high-quality services for reasonable fees.

Criminal/DUI Defense

We have extensive experience in defending the rights of people arrested and accused of criminal offenses. Our firm provides representation for all levels of courts including district courts. We routinely handle DUI cases, motor vehicle violations, minor infractions and misdemeanors as well as other serious felony cases. Our fees are very reasonable and we are always willing to work out an acceptable payment schedule.

Family Law

Recognizing the emotionally difficult circumstances surrounding many family law issues, our firm believes in the importance of offering competent, sensitive representation with the goal of reaching an amicable resolution and at the same time assisting the individual in maintaining dignity throughout the process. We handle a full range of Family Law including divorce, separation, premarital agreements, custody, support, visitation, and property division.

Estate Planning & Estate Administration

Our firm aids clients in the estate planning process by providing wills, trusts, power of attorneys, & living wills. We also handle complicated contested wills, estate litigation, and probating estates. Our approach is to review all of the assets of a client's estate and advise the client on wills and trusts that will meet their particular needs. Our goal is to structure the documents in a manner that will be consistent with the client's wishes while reducing the federal and state estate and inheritance taxes.

Corporate & Business Law

We provide complete services to clients who are establishing, managing, investing in or financing business ventures that take advantage of Delaware's unique corporate, business, and tax laws. We are also experienced in various business litigation matters that come before the Delaware Court of Chancery.

FAQ

Buying a new home?

Buying a home is one of the most important and expensive purchases that you will ever make. Which is why it is just as important to have an experienced attorney, as it is to have a knowledgeable realtor and mortgage lender. To ensure your transaction goes smoothly Young, Malmberg and Howard can help by preparing and/or reviewing the sales contract to make sure you address all of the issues and questions about the property before settlement. We will search the title for you as well as resolve any title problems for you and certify to you that you are getting a good title. We will take care of the actual settlement for you, which includes a deed that is a valid record of the transfer of property from the seller to you, that it has been recorded and indexed properly with the appropriate agencies as well meeting all of your lender's requirements. Please contact us if you are thinking about buying a new home. We look forward to providing you with excellent and friendly service at a reasonable price.

What is Title Insurance?

Most mortgage companies will require you to purchase title insurance to protect their mortgage if you are buying or refinancing a home, and most people don't know what it is or why it is needed.

The most important thing an attorney does is the title search because it is a search of public records to determine if the seller has a good title, does he/she own 100% of the property with no liens or other claims. By purchasing title insurance you are guaranteeing to the mortgage company that the seller is giving you a good title. This title insurance covers any problem that the attorney may not have found by researching public records, as well as protecting you. The cost is relatively inexpensive and is good as long as you own the home.

Why should I refinance my home right now, and how much will it cost me?

When mortgage rates are lower than in previous years a homeowner can save a significant amount of money a year by refinancing. Just how much depends on your current rate and the current market rate as well as the amount of your mortgage and the term left on it. A homeowner can save by, keeping the same payment amount and reducing the length of the mortgage, or reduce the monthly payment amount with the same term. These savings will more than cover the initial cost of refinancing and very often the mortgage company will include the cost of refinancing the new mortgage. We can often save you money by using an old survey instead of ordering a new one or by asking the title company to give you a reissue rate on your old policy. Please call us for an initial consultation and we can inform you if this is the right choice for you.

If you are in an automobile accident?

There are some things that you need to be aware of so as to ensure that the proper medical attention is received, the claim can be handled by the applicable insurance carrier promptly and efficiently, and to protect your legal rights. First you should always call the police no matter how slight the accident. Never just exchange driver/insurance information and leave the scene without having the proper law enforcement agency investigate the accident. Second, of course severe injuries are obvious, less severe injuries may not become apparent for some time after the accident. So when questioned about injuries at the scene do not state that you are not injured unless you are absolutely certain that is the case. Some injuries often take hours or days to become symptomatic. Even minor aches and pains can often become symptomatic over time. Third, do not refuse medical attention if you think you may be injured. It is better to have an injury medically diagnosed as soon as possible as well as have the injury documented. Fourth, write down narrative statement about the accident so that you can refresh your memory later. Keep a diary on how you are feeling each day and the effects of your injuries upon your normal activities, your state of mind and your medical treatment progress. Take photos of your injuries and of both vehicles if possible. Then contact an attorney who practices in the area of automobile personal injury. The contexts of these statements do not constitute "legal advice" nor establish legal representation. Visitors to this website who have specific legal questions should contact one of our attorneys today.

How much auto insurance?

Every registered Delaware motor vehicle is required to carry personal injury protection insurance, which is "no fault" in nature. Under the law, registered motor vehicle are only required to carry 15/30 liability coverage (this equates to $15,000 per individual up to a maximum of $30,000 per accident), and 15/30 of Personal Injury Protection (PIP) coverage. Uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage must be offered at the time a insurance policy is purchased or at such time as changes to the policy occur, but it isn't mandatory. In most instances, these levels of coverage are insufficient to protect the client from any liability claims asserted by third persons and to protect the client from the costs of being injured or from other drivers who are uninsured or underinsured. So how much is enough? You need well in excess of the current minimum that Delaware requires. In many instances 15/30 is simply not enough to compensate an injured person and without additional coverage you run the risk of personal liability for the amount of the judgment in excess of your liability coverage. Our recommendation to clients is that they have at least 100/300 of liability, PIP, and uninsured/underinsured coverage. There is no doubt that insurance is expensive but, it is unfortunate to see a person who is catastrophically injured through negligence of others without adequate sources of insurance.


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