Maryland Law Blog

Who Pays for a Lawyer in Divorce?

August 24, 2021

One question that Maryland divorce attorneys are often asked is “Who pays for the divorce?” Until your lawyer has specific information that relates to your divorce proceedings, the short answer is “it depends”. Keep reading to learn what fees you can expect to pay and who is responsible for paying attorney fees during a divorce.  […]

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Why Hire a Lawyer that Concentrates on Divorce

August 13, 2021

Sometimes people feel as if they don’t need an attorney for their divorce proceedings. Although a do-it-yourself divorce may be acceptable in some situations, most people should consider hiring a lawyer that concentrates on divorce. Take a look at some of these top reasons why you should hire an attorney that concentrates on divorce. They […]

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Both Parents Have Rights: What it Means to Work With A Parents’ Rights Attorney

July 6, 2021

It takes two to make a baby, and the court certainly recognizes that fact. In Maryland, the court presumes both natural parents as the natural custodians of their children and doesn’t favor the mother or father. So what does that mean for child custody? Here are the areas where a parents’ rights attorney can help. […]

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What to Expect During a Consultation With a Divorce Lawyer

May 1, 2021

Divorces can be scary and overwhelming. Few people want to sit down with a divorce lawyer and discuss their situation. Emotions are generally high, so it is important you understand what to expect during your initial consultation. Review what to expect from your divorce lawyer, what you should do during a consultation, and how the […]

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Do De facto Parents Have Child Custody Rights?

April 16, 2021

Nowadays, families are complex and come in a lot of different forms. You may have developed a loving, parent-child relationship with a child who is not biologically yours. The term “de facto parent” reflects the complexities of families and gives these parents certain rights to a child. If you want to learn more about the […]

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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, […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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What are the Grounds for an Absolute Divorce in Maryland?

May 21, 2020

Like many other states, Maryland law dictates that grounds for divorce must be proven before the legal dissolution of a marriage can occur. If you are considering an absolute divorce, it’s important to understand the different types of absolute divorce you can file for, as well as the grounds associated with each. How is Absolute […]

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What are the Grounds for a Limited Divorce in Maryland?

May 8, 2020

In Maryland, spouses seeking a limited divorce must prove appropriate grounds before their marital status can be altered or adjusted. If you are considering separation from your spouse, it’s important to understand how limited divorce differs from absolute divorce, and what proof is necessary in order to obtain the type you seek. Today, we’ll be […]

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