Maryland Law Blog

Can a Prenuptial Agreement be Modified or Revoked?

April 5, 2021

A prenuptial agreement, commonly referred to as a prenup, is a written contract that both parties agree to before getting married. This contract serves as the outline for legal rights acquired upon marriage and what happens once their marriage ends, either by divorce or by death. At times, couples want to alter, or even revoke, […]

4 Common Mistakes People Make in Child Custody Arrangements

March 18, 2021

When you and your spouse or partner break up, it leaves children in an awkward position. Child custody arrangements are created to set children up for success and to help parents navigate co-parenting amicably. When a judge is deciding on a custody arrangement, one wrong move can affect the outcome. Here are four common mistakes […]

Considerations for Choosing a Divorce Attorney

March 4, 2021

Divorces are never easy. But, with the right divorce attorney, the burden of divorce proceedings can be less severe. There isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach to divorce procedures, so it’s important that you hire an attorney whose methods work for you. Consider these things when looking for a divorce attorney to represent you. Relevant Experience Of […]

Do You Need a Lawyer for Adoption?

February 19, 2021

Looking to expand your family through adoption? Adopting a child is a big decision, and you want to make sure you’re doing everything right. That’s why hiring an adoption lawyer can help. There are several ways an adoption lawyer can help you throughout the entire process. Detailed Explanations It can be hard for the average […]

How Protective Orders Can Affect Custody Arrangements

February 1, 2021

Protective Orders are a common tool of legal enforcement in domestic cases. They protect spouses against one another when one party has been violent towards the other. Although protective orders provide legal protection for a spouse, they can cause confusion when it comes to child custody. Keep reading to discover all of the ways a […]

The Unique Challenges of Military Divorce

January 19, 2021

Divorces are never easy. However, military divorces are especially challenging. While military couples face many of the same divorce challenges as civilians, they do have different procedures for alimony and custody that are mandated by a mix of state and federal laws. Take a look at some of the unique challenges of military divorce in […]

How to File for a Protective Order in Maryland

January 5, 2021

Seeking immediate protection from an abuser is important for your safety. In Maryland, you can either file for a protective order or a peace order. Both of these options mean that your abuser will be arrested if they contact you or come near your home, school, or place of work. Keep reading to learn more […]

How to Get an Annulment in Maryland

December 31, 2020

Did your relationship not work out and now you’re seeking a marriage annulment? Unlike divorce, annulments are a special request that establishes that your marriage never existed. Celebrities aren’t the only ones who try to qualify for marriage annulments. It is possible that you can get one too. Here’s how you can try to get […]

How the Pandemic is Affecting Divorce Proceedings

December 4, 2020

The year 2020 has certainly been a year full of unexpected events. Conditions have changed and the way we live life has completely changed. Divorce proceedings have slightly changed as well. You may have hoped that your divorce proceedings would be quick and painless, but this may not be the case. Take a look at […]

What to Include in a Prenuptial Agreement

November 19, 2020

While prenuptial agreements aren’t the most romantic thing to do before getting married, making one can provide personal and peace of mind for soon-to-be-married couples. Nobody ever thinks they’ll end up getting divorced, but in case you do, prenuptial agreements can make the divorce process easier for every party involved. Take a look at what […]

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