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Dealing with an emotionally turbulent divorce

One of the hardest things about going through a divorce is the fact that there are so many things to balance. There is so much change to manage, and this means that each divorcing spouse needs to simultaneously think about the well-being of their children, the security of their finances, and their own emotional health.

Are you prepared to dissolve your professional partnership?

No matter how you reach the decision to dissolve a partnership, the process can get messy quickly, particularly if you or your partner do not have a strong grasp on how to execute the dissolution. Unlike other types of businesses, partnerships often involve much less documentation, and sometimes don’t even require a written agreement to

Why sole custody is rarely given

Custody battles are some of the more complex and difficult cases in court. The courts put great value in a child’s opportunity to live and learn from each parent — even after a divorce. There are only a few situations that may warrant sole custody in Maryland. What does sole custody mean for each parent? There are

How nominal damages can still benefit you

Many Maryland businessmen enforce strict guidelines within their contracts to ensure that their partners do not attempt any suspicious activity that could lead to company loss. If there are any breaches within that contract, you have the right to file a lawsuit with a contract lawyer Frederick, MD trusts against them in court to obtain

Family law: Millennials making their marriages work

When it comes to marriage, it seems like millennials are doing something right. More American married couples who are under the age of 45 are actually staying married according to the latest statistics. They’re distinctly different from baby boomers who tended to marry young, divorced and married again. Issues revolving around marriage in Maryland are under the

Family law: How child support works re an incarcerated parent

It doesn’t matter what the adults in their lives are facing, children need to be supported financially and emotionally. When a parent in Maryland who is paying child support lands in jail, chances are he or she is still responsible for paying that support. Family law rules are in place to safeguard the best interests

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