Maryland Law Blog

COVID-19: Co-Parenting During a Pandemic

March 26, 2020

The novel coronavirus, COVID-19, has already begun affecting our day-to-day life. Precautions are being taken, social distancing is being encouraged, children are home from school, and business closures mean many Americans are without jobs. Though these drastic changes may be temporary, people all over the country are searching for ways to cope. Co-parenting can be […]

We Are Open to Serve You

March 24, 2020

Though the novel Coronavirus is changing the way we do business, The Law Offices of Alan L. Billian P.A. is open to serve you, your family, and your legal needs while practicing safe social distancing habits. During our time of social distancing, I can be reached by phone at 410-889-5500, or by email atĀ alan@billianlaw.com. I […]

Communication with Your Children During Divorce

March 3, 2020

Many couples considering divorce tend to stay in their unhappy marriages longer out of fear of harming their children. Divorce isn’t usually easy on anyone involved, but there are certainly ways you can minimize the impact that divorce has on your children. Maintaining healthy communication with your children both during and after divorce is an […]

What to Discuss When You Consult with a Divorce Lawyer

February 19, 2020

When you make the decision to get a divorce, your first step is finding a professional and compassionate divorce lawyer to work with. Once you’ve scheduled a consultation with a legal expert in Maryland, it’s important to prepare yourself for the meeting. Planning for what you want and need to discuss is key to saving […]

How to Navigate the Custody Process

February 3, 2020

When you go through a divorce or a breakup and there are children involved, the process can be complicated and emotionally taxing for you and your ex-partner. Understanding how custody agreements commonly work will help you better navigate this process and allow for the best outcome for your child. Step 1: Child Custody Petition At […]

Is a Prenuptial Agreement Right for You?

January 24, 2020

Nowadays, many couples get a prenuptial agreement (or a prenup) before they get married, but is a prenup right for you? As an experienced Maryland family law attorney, we wanted to take some time today to discuss some of the benefits of a prenup and whether or not one is right for you. Ask Yourself […]

Communication & Co-Parenting

January 10, 2020

Unless you and your ex-partner have an amicable separation, co-parenting can be a highly frustrating and emotional task. Your children are already going through a tough time due to their parents’ breakup, so it’s vital to the wellness of each member of your family that you and your ex find ways to co-parent in a […]

3 Tips for Moving Forward After Your Divorce

December 31, 2019

If you are thinking about filing for divorce, or you’re already going through one, you may be concerned about the weight of the proceedings and how that weight will slow you down in the years to come. Divorce is a big decision, whether it’s for the best or not, and even if your life without […]

Keeping Things Civil During a Divorce

December 4, 2019

If you’re going through a divorce, it’s likely that you and your ex-partner are not on the best terms with one another. ThereĀ are cases where a divorce is a mutual agreement between two people who are amicable and have agreed in a civil manner that the separation is the right decision, but many times couples […]

3 Ways You Can Make Divorce Easier on Your Family

November 21, 2019

Divorce is a trying process, and it can be especially difficult if you have children. Whether your children were from the marriage or outside of it, young or old, it’s important to ensure they get through the separation and divorce process as smoothly as possible. It’s disheartening to think about, but your kids will be […]

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