A Maryland single parent faces many concerns and obstacles, but co-parenting with an argumentative or absentee mother or father can be an ongoing strain on both a Maryland single parent and their child. By following simple single parent dos and don’ts, you can improve your relationship with your co-parent, provide a stable environment for your…

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…

Property division during a divorce can be complicated, especially when the parties disagree about how their assets should be divided. Generally, assets acquired before the marriage is non-marital property and is the exclusive property of the party that acquired it, while assets acquired during the marriage may be considered marital property and could potentially be…

As a parent, you work hard to ensure the safety and well-being of your children. You strive to care for and protect your children from harm.  But when someone close to you harms your child, the fear, anger, and emotional trauma of the experience can leave you and your children feeling defenseless and terrified. In…

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