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…

Aside from the emotional strain, undergoing the divorce process can have a devastating toll on the separating couple’s finances. In many cases one spouse may have a substantially diminished earning capacity due to passing up educational or career opportunities in order to stay home with the children. The financially diminished spouse may have difficult time…

For many people, divorce can be an uncomfortable, confusing, and time-consuming process. Frequently the parties in a divorce can feel angry, guilty, sad, and emotionally drained. These feelings are very common during a divorce, but they can lead to avoidable and problematic mistakes. There are many potential divorce mistakes to avoid in Maryland. Below is a…

In the last 20 years, gray divorces have increased throughout Montgomery County, Maryland and Prince George’s County, Maryland. More married couples over the age of 60 have been divorcing with the divorce rate in this age group doubling between 1990 and 2010, according to a study by Bowling Green State University. Given the frequency of…

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