Maryland Law Blog

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 […]

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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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Taking Care of Yourself During Divorce

November 5, 2019

Divorce is a difficult process that can be very long and exhausting for all parties involved. One thing that people going through a divorce often forget is that they must tend to themselves throughout the process in order to get through it in as healthy of a manner as possible. Here are some helpful tips […]

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Are You Allowed to Use Social Media During a Divorce?

October 17, 2019

In today’s world, it’s hard to go even a single day without getting on social media. Whether you use it to check up on relatives and friends, post about your day, or otherwise, it’s important to approach social media with caution when you’re going through the process of your divorce. Although you are legally allowed […]

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How to Prepare for Custody Mediation

August 2, 2019

Divorce is a difficult and lengthy process to go through by itself, but when children and custody agreements are involved, it can be even more strenuous. To help ease the steps you take in your divorce proceedings, we’ve put together a guide on how to best prepare for your upcoming custody mediation. The Purpose of […]

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Tips for Co-Parenting After a Divorce

July 2, 2019

Deciding to break up with your partner or significant other, or separate and divorce from your spouse can really take an emotional toll on those involved. This is especially true if you and your partner or spouse have a child or children together. If it has been agreed upon that joint custody is in the […]

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