Maryland Law Blog

How to Navigate Co-parenting During the Holidays

November 5, 2020

The most wonderful time of the year is upon us! Even though things may look a little different this year, this is the time for joy and excitement. The last thing you want to do is argue with an ex-spouse about your children. It puts your children in a difficult situation and takes away from […]

3 Ways to Prepare for Family Court

October 18, 2020

Whether you’re going through a divorce, battling for child custody, or looking to file a protective order, family court is no joke. A lot of people feel nervous about stepping foot into a family law courtroom, and that’s normal. However, preparation can help ease your nerves and even help you get a good outcome. Take […]

The Court’s Timeline

October 6, 2020

Divorce is a messy and emotionally draining process. There are so many things to do and decide on. Wouldn’t it be nice to know what to expect and when to expect things to happen? Luckily, you can. Look below for a better understanding of the court’s timeline for divorce proceedings. The Complaint Every divorce proceeding […]

Helpful Tips for Going Through a Separation

September 18, 2020

Separating from your spouse is never easy. It’s a stressful and uncertain time period. However, there are ways both parties can make the separation process a bit easier for everyone who is involved. Take a look at these tips for creating a healthy separation environment.  Be Clear On What You Want Is the ultimate point […]

What Step-Parents Should Know About Child Custody

September 4, 2020

Approximately 40 percent of families in the United States are blended ones. That means that there are approximately 40 million families who are trying to navigate co-parenting and the rolls the step-parent should play in their stepchildren’s life. As a step-parent, you don’t automatically have legal parental responsibility for your step-child, but there are ways […]

How Does Custody Work for Unmarried Parents?

August 19, 2020

Families come in all different shapes and sizes. Some include children from previous relationships, some include parents that are divorced or separated, and some include children of unmarried parents. If you have children with someone you are not married to, you might be wondering how child custody works in Maryland. Here’s what you need to […]

What is a Mutual Consent Divorce?

August 5, 2020

Have you and your spouse determined it’s time to call it quits? As you might know, divorces aren’t always easy, but partners can make this process a little bit easier by filing for a mutual consent divorce. If your case qualifies for this filing, you and your spouse can save time and energy during the […]

Do I Need a Lawyer for a Child Custody Agreement?

July 24, 2020

Determining custody for your child/children is a big deal. It can shape how they grow up, their relationship with their parents, and even determine their level of safety. You don’t want to leave anything up to chance when it comes to caring for your children, and working with an experienced child custody attorney in Baltimore […]

5 Questions to Ask When Hiring a Divorce Attorney

July 10, 2020

Hiring the right attorney for your divorce case is an important decision to make, but it can be a difficult one as well if you don’t know what to look for in a legal professional. Divorce is already an overwhelming and emotional process, so you’ll want an attorney that will have your best interests at […]

Should I File for a ‘Fault’ or ‘No Fault’ Divorce?

June 25, 2020

To obtain an absolute divorce in Maryland, a spouse must prove Fault grounds or No Fault grounds. In the past, the state required the party filing for divorce to corroborate their grounds via testimony, but this is no longer a requirement in all cases. Courts may now enter a divorce decree on an uncorroborated testimony […]

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