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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 […]

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What is Involved with a Child Support Agreement?

April 22, 2020

Child support refers to the payments made to and from the parents of a child or children in order to assist them in providing for that child. A child support agreement is often a necessity when parents separate or divorce from their partner and are, in turn, unable to provide the financial support needed to […]

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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 at alan@billianlaw.com. I […]

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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 […]

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What Does Divorce Mediation Entail?

April 4, 2019

Divorce isn’t easy for anyone and when things get tense, it can be hard to see the situation ending in a satisfying conclusion for both parties. Thankfully, this is where mediation comes in. If you’re not sure whether or not you want a mediator for your divorce proceedings, or you’re just not sure what to […]

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Why do we Choose to Represent People regardless of Sex or Sexual Orientation?

June 5, 2018

We’ve all heard the commercials on the radio, or heard of a firm where they will only represent men, or only represent women. People ask us, all the time, do you only represent one group? The answer? A resounding no. Here’s why: We’re All Created Equal At Alan Billian, PA, this is something we firmly […]

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Can You Draft a Prenup After Marriage?

March 5, 2018

Prenuptial agreements are a great way to protect yourself and your significant other when entering a marriage. These agreements are usually entered into before marriage, so what can be done after a couple is already married? Can you draft a prenup after marriage? The short answer is yes—it’s just not called a prenup. Instead, a […]

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Divorce and Taxes

November 15, 2017

Divorce and all it entails is stressful. That stress is compounded when it comes to tax season. By learning the ins and outs of filing taxes after a divorce now, you can save yourself from the stress and uncertainty of it come April. Let’s look at some of the things that you’ll need to know […]

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Why Prenuptial Agreements Are for Everyone—Not Just the Rich

June 15, 2017

Many people aren’t fully aware that a well-written prenuptial agreement can protect both partners in a marriage, even those with average incomes. People who are looking to keep their assets safe before entering into a major agreement like marriage should consider this option. A Maryland prenup may seem like a “dirty deal,” but it can […]

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Do I Need a Prenuptial Agreement?

July 20, 2016

When you are about to get married there are a million decisions that need to be made. From living arrangements to wedding details, the list of things to do and decisions to make can seem endless, but there is one decision that shouldn’t be ignored. It is essential for you and your partner to decide […]

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