January 2016 Archives

Build a divorce team to support emotional and legal needs

Divorce may be an event that involves two spouses, but there are many more people who will play a role in the transition from married to single. One of the most powerful steps that any Maryland resident can take is creating a circle of influence to provide advice and support as this transition takes place. Divorce may be deeply personal, but it is also a process that can benefit from a team approach.

Covering all of the financial bases during a divorce

The process of ending a Maryland marriage can be time-consuming and stressful. Property division is a particularly troublesome phase of a divorce because the decisions made during this process can have a lasting impact on the lives of both parties. It is imperative that spouses take the time to look closely at every aspect of their marital wealth, and that no stone is left unturned during property division. Leaving money on the table can result in an unfair division of wealth.

A New Year may require a new take on divorce

The New Year is here, and many people are looking for ways to improve their lives in the coming months. Some will focus on new goals and aspirations, while other will turn to the past to seek ways to learn from old mistakes and improve their lives. For those in Maryland who are struggling to complete their divorce, this month is a great time to make changes in how the legal process is proceeding.

Unusual turn of events in controversial child custody case

Many Maryland readers will recall a highly controversial case in which a family court judge sent three young children to juvenile detention as part of an ongoing custody battle. The case received national attention, and outraged many who felt that the judge overstepped her boundaries in the matter. In an unexpected move, that same judge has withdrawn herself from any further involvement in the child custody case.

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