Often, retirement plans are the largest assets acquired during a marriage. If a retirement plan was created or improved during a marriage it should be included for consideration in an absolute divorce and subject to equitable distribution by the court. In Maryland, certain types of retirement interests such as 401(k), 403(b) and pensions require a…

Having an attorney’s guidance to help you through the process of filing for divorce is key for keeping your case organized and so that you know what to expect. Working with an attorney can lead to significant legal fees. In some situations, you could be eligible  for an award of attorney’s fees. In other situations,…

The old trope of two people waking up without remembering the previous night’s events and finding out that they are married may be sitcom gold but can be a real-life nightmare. In Maryland, if you have gotten married without being in your right state of mind, it may be anything but a laughing matter and…

Often, after a final protective order is entered, the parties may attempt to reconcile their broken relationship. Parties may enter into informal agreements that are directly contrary to “stay away” or “no contact” provisions in their restraining order. If for some reason the reconciliation does not work, and the parties find themselves at odds again,…

In Maryland, many parents understand the value in ensuring their children receive a post-secondary education. Today’s job market is intensely competitive, and anyone without at least some post-high school education or training is usually at a significant disadvantage. Even if you expect your child to pursue a trade rather than a college degree, you probably…

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