Having a child can come with many expenses for parents. Parents have to frequently pay for daycare, school, living expenses, after school activities, summer camp, etc. Having a child may also come with medical expenses due to routine checkups, injuries, or illnesses. In some instances, for children with specific health needs, the cost of healthcare…

If you and your spouse have a combined income of over $15,000 a month, it is likely that you entered into a prenuptial agreement prior to your marriage. A prenuptial agreement or antenuptial agreement (“prenup”) is an agreement entered between two people before a marriage where one or both parties establish their right to claim an…

No one should have to experience domestic violence or its ricocheting ramifications. No person should have to choose between their safety and their ability to secure food and shelter. One of the last things any victim of intimate partner violence should be worried about is how to financially support themselves and their family because of…

Before you head into negotiation over your current child custody and access arrangement, take a look at our top 5 child custody negotiation tips to help make your negotiation as stress-free and productive as possible. Maryland Custody Negotiation Tip #1: Focus on the Child, not the Past Relationship Between the Parents When negotiating a child…

In any divorce proceeding, all parents of minor children should work to ensure that the financial needs of their children will be met. Parents of special needs children after divorce in Maryland have unique considerations and obstacles when planning to provide for the financial needs of their children. One unique consideration is preparing for long-term…

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