Blog Posts in March, 2018

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  • 5 Common Mistakes Fathers Make During Their Divorce
    5 Common Mistakes Fathers Make During Their Divorce

    Going through divorce can be emotionally draining, and can leave you more susceptible to taking actions that you might later regret. For fathers, it is especially important to be aware of potential ...

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  • Pendente Lite
    Pendente Lite "PL" Hearings in Maryland

    Many times at the beginning of a divorce or custody case one party may not be providing support payments such as child support or alimony to the other party. Also there may be an issues regarding ...

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  • PROBLEMS WITH MILITARY PENSIONS IN MARYLAND DIVORCE
    PROBLEMS WITH MILITARY PENSIONS IN MARYLAND DIVORCE

    The non-military spouse’s portion of a military pension can be obliterated in the event the military spouse converts, at any time, from a pension to a disability payment. In the Supreme Court case of ...

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  • SAVING LEGAL FEES IN MARYLAND DIVORCE & CUSTODY CASES
    SAVING LEGAL FEES IN MARYLAND DIVORCE & CUSTODY CASES

    SAVING LEGAL FEES IN MARYLAND DIVORCE & CUSTODY CASES One of the most expensive portions of any divorce or custody case is the area of “discovery”. Discovery (Maryland Rules 2-401 through 2-434) ...

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  • EXPERT WITNESSES IN MARYLAND DIVORCE CASES
    EXPERT WITNESSES IN MARYLAND DIVORCE CASES

    EXPERT WITNESSES IN MARYLAND DIVORCE CASES At the commencement of a divorce action in Maryland the court will issue a Scheduling Order which, among other things, set a specific date to designate ...

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  • DIFFICULT  TO TERMINATE ALIMONY IN MARYLAND
    DIFFICULT TO TERMINATE ALIMONY IN MARYLAND

    A recent Maryland Court of Special Appeals Case, Rose v. Rose, reaffirmed the difficult evidence necessary to terminate alimony payments when using a cohabitation clause in a Marital Settlement ...

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