• Maryland Custody Laws for Unmarried Parents

      When it comes to child custody for unmarried parents, the laws in Maryland are somewhat similar to the laws for married couples with children. However, the major exception is that unmarried parents ...

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    • Maryland Exceptions to Magistrate's Recommendations

      If you are involved in a custody/access/child support case in Maryland, you or the other parent may request a temporary hearing, referred to as a Pendente Lite (“PL”) hearing before a Magistrate. A ...

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    • Common Child Custody Disputes During the Holidays

      It’s never easy to figure out a child custody schedule, especially during the busy holiday season. Divorced couples often argue about which parent will get to spend the holiday with the kids. When ...

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    • Co-Parenting Birthday Parties

      Should Divorced Parents Spend Time Together with Their Child? A common decision that divorcing parent’s face is that of figuring out if they will spend their children’s birthday and other parties ...

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    • Common Child Custody Disputes During the Holidays

      It’s never easy to figure out a child custody schedule, especially during the busy holiday season. Divorced couples often argue about which parent will get to spend the holiday with the kids. When ...

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    • 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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    • Co-Parenting Birthday Parties

      Should Divorced Parents Spend Time Together with Their Child? A common decision that divorcing parent’s face is that of figuring out if they will spend their children’s birthday and other parties ...

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    • Financial issues to consider during and after Divorce

      The Mortgage : If the marital home or other real estate (vacation homes, investment property) has a mortgage or lien (tax, HOA, Condominium) you must be sure to satisfy the mortgage or lien or be ...

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    • What Are the Benefits of Mediation?

      Have you decided it’s time to leave your spouse? Are you worried that you won’t be able to afford the legal fees and court costs? If you think you and your spouse are capable of sitting down and ...

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    • Maryland Custody Laws for Unmarried Parents

      When it comes to child custody for unmarried parents, the laws in Maryland are somewhat similar to the laws for married couples with children. However, the major exception is that unmarried parents ...

      Read More
    • What Are the Benefits of Mediation?

      Have you decided it’s time to leave your spouse? Are you worried that you won’t be able to afford the legal fees and court costs? If you think you and your spouse are capable of sitting down and ...

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    • Common Alimony Questions

      Spousal support is a common legal dispute among divorced couples, which is why we want to take the time to answer some of the questions we are commonly asked about this particular subject. What Is ...

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    • 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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    • Will Divorce Affect My Military Benefits?

      From a legal point of view, military divorces are the same as civilian divorces . The process is the same, but there may be additional factors that can complicate your military divorce. As a military ...

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    • Benefits of a Prenuptial Agreement in Maryland

      Prenuptial agreements , prenups, often come with a negative connotation to couples planning to marry. Some see the drafting of an agreement as having doubt in the marriage. While prenups do ease the ...

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    • Can I Get My Down Payment for My House Back?

      One question that is commonly asked by couples during their divorce is whether or not they can get the down payment for their home back if it was paid before their marriage. In this blog, we explain ...

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    • Maryland Divorce and Retirement Accounts

      Under Maryland divorce law, retirement accounts, such as defined pension plans, IRAs, 401k, 403b, 457b and TSP's are considered martial property unless the contents were acquired prior to the ...

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    • Distribution or Division of Property in Maryland Divorce

      In Maryland, the Courts follow the doctrine of equitable distribution in the division of property in a divorce. These doctrine means the Court does not have to divide everything equally, although that ...

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    • Common Alimony Questions

      Spousal support is a common legal dispute among divorced couples, which is why we want to take the time to answer some of the questions we are commonly asked about this particular subject. What Is ...

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    • Can I Get My Down Payment for My House Back?

      One question that is commonly asked by couples during their divorce is whether or not they can get the down payment for their home back if it was paid before their marriage. In this blog, we explain ...

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    • 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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