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Jun 26, 2018

5 Divorce Expenses You Might Not Think About

By |June 26th, 2018|divorce|

After a divorce, it can be difficult to adjust to any financial changes, especially if one income has to support two households. That's an expected expense, but there are other costs that crop up after divorce that you may not have expected. And these may take you by surprise and add a lot of unwanted [...]

May 15, 2018

How to Deal with Divorce Stalling Tactics

By |May 15th, 2018|divorce|

How long is this divorce going to take? How much is this divorce going to cost me? These are questions that we hear from many of our new clients during the initial consultation. Even though delaying the divorce means higher fees for both parties, some spouses will do whatever is in their power to stall [...]

Mar 20, 2018

What Is a Parenting Plan?

By |March 20th, 2018|Family Law|

With many divorcing couples, issues of child custody and visitation are often the most thorny and contentious. A detailed parenting plan, agreed upon by the parents and endorsed by the courts, can help parents meet their child's needs, set forth each parent's responsibilities, and allow flexibility. Well thought-out parenting plans avoid the need to go [...]

Mar 13, 2018

What Is a Best Interest Attorney?

By |March 13th, 2018|Family Law|

During a particularly contentious child custody case, the court may appoint a “best interest attorney” for the child. This attorney does not represent either parent, but advocates for the child's interests and the child alone. Best interest attorneys must represent the interests of their client, complete an independent evaluation, and advocate the position concerning custody [...]

Mar 6, 2018

We’re Getting Divorced. Who Keeps the Family Business?

By |March 6th, 2018|divorce|

When going through a divorce, other than matters involving children, division of marital property can get quite contentious. The more assets a couple has, the more contentious a divorce can become. Maryland is an equitable property state, meaning that all property acquired during the marriage should be divided equally, unless a judge decides that division [...]

Jan 3, 2018

What is a Protective Order?

By |January 3rd, 2018|Protective Order|

A protective order is a civil order issued by a judge that compels a person to stop committing certain acts against another person. The person who is seeking the protective order is the petitioner and the respondent is the person who is being accused of having committed the acts which the petitioner would like to [...]

Dec 19, 2017

The Challenges of the High-Asset Divorce

By |December 19th, 2017|divorce|

Divorce is almost always complicated, regardless of the level of income of the parties. However, when you are dealing with significant marital assets – whether they are businesses, professional practices, domestic and international real estate investments, or other valuables – additional challenges may arise during the divorce process. Dividing retirement assets Each party's retirement account, [...]

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