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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

Family law: Solo parents may mean better parents

Divorce doesn’t have to be replete with negatives. Family law rules give divorced Maryland residents the tools with which to be great parents even when they’re not parenting as a married couple. In fact, there are times when being a single parent means being a better parent. Single parents don’t always have to get the

Maryland family law: The truth about prenups

Couples who marry today may have more to lose in the event they should split up. Family law in Maryland provides tools — such as prenuptial agreements — to safeguard the assets individuals accumulated prior to marriage. Contrary to popular belief, however, these agreements, or prenups as they’re often referred to, aren’t just for wealthy folks

Be aware of additional costs when buying a home

Wise new home buyers take the time to determine the most sensible mortgage plan and budget for a down payment. These may seem like the most obvious costs of buying a home, but there are a number of additional expenses to budget for when preparing for a real estate purchase. Some of these added expenses,

Maryland family law: A new school year amid a fresh divorce

Divorce can wreak havoc in many areas of day-to-day living until the family becomes used to a new way of doing things. The first time kids head back to school after the divorce of their parents can be especially difficult for them and their parents. But family law in Maryland provides some tools to help

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