A Maryland high net income divorce can be complex due to the need for assessments of child support, alimony, monetary award, and high-value property division. If handled incorrectly, a Maryland high net income divorce could potentially cost you thousands of dollars. Maryland is an equitable distribution state, meaning that your assets and income will be…

Many relationships end naturally, and the parents can co-parent effectively for months and years with ease. Sometimes, without warning a parent severely restricts contact between the other parent and the child. The restricting parent may claim any number of erroneous reasons, but the restriction is often immediately following the other parent starting a new relationship, becoming…

In Maryland, each county, and Baltimore city, has a Child Support Enforcement Office that can assist parents in collecting child support from the other parent for a nominal fee. With such a cost-effective resource readily available to payee parents, you might wonder why anyone would take the time and spend the money to hire a…

If you’re choosing to end your marriage, you may be able to obtain an annulment in Maryland instead of a divorce. A divorce is the official ending of a marriage; however, in some instances the marriage was invalid at the time it occurred and, therefore, a divorce can’t be obtained. In cases where the court…

Consulting with a Maryland divorce attorney is the first step in the next phase of your life. Like any important step forward, being prepared for your Maryland divorce consultation is important. By following these simple Maryland Divorce Consultation Tips, you can maximize the effectiveness of your consultation, and ensure that you find the right attorney…

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