Bigamy occurs when one spouse is still legally married at the time they enter into a subsequent marriage with another individual. Whether done intentionally or accidentally, bigamy cases can result in serious consequences for your marriage and may even result in a felony conviction and significant jail time. If your Maryland spouse committed bigamy, it…

As of the most recent report by the Center for American Progress, 42% of mothers are the sole or primary family breadwinner in America. With the increase in employment growth and opportunities for wives, more husbands are staying home to care for families then ever before. While this reversal in roles is becoming the norm…

For many people, it can be a confusing and difficult process to prove a partner’s actual income for a Maryland child support determination. In making a Maryland child support determination, a Maryland Circuit Court will rely on a number of factors in order to set an appropriate child support amount that is in the best…

When parents divorce or separate tensions and emotions can lead to actions that can further divide and harm a family. One parent, may unilaterally decide to poison the other parent’s parent-child relationship for revenge, to try to drive the parent way, to deter the other parent from exercising their visitation rights, or to even force…

During many contested custody cases in Maryland, emotions will run high. Intense and negative conflict from litigation can spillover and outside of the courtroom and impact your family’s daily life. In high-conflict custody cases, parents may openly insult each other in the presence of the child or attempt to poison the child’s relationship with the…

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