Thank you for joining me my name is LaSheena Williams and I am a Maryland family law attorney. My firm helps our clients take control of out-of-control domestic situations. Today we will be providing tips on how to prepare for a divorce case in Maryland. Preparing for A Divorce Case: Gather Your Financial Records First,…

In Maryland custody relates to a parent’s rights regarding their children. There are different two different types of custody: legal custody and physical custody. Maryland Legal custody is a parent’s right to make important decisions regarding their child’s overall life. Maryland Legal Custody gives the parent the authority to make decisions regarding the child’s education,…

Psychological health conditions can induce changes in emotion, thinking or behavior. It can affect every aspect of a person’s life as well as the lives around them. This ripple effect can cause tension within the family and may lead to obstacles regarding child custody. What Is Considered a Mental Health Condition in a Maryland Child…

A commonly held myth is that credit card debt is marital property that can be divided upon divorce. This is far from the truth. Credit card debt is considered unsecured debt, meaning that it is not attached to personal property such as a car or a house. When considering a divorce, it is vital that…

A commonly held myth is that credit card debt is martial property that can be divided upon divorce. This is far from the truth. Credit card liability is considered unsecured, meaning that it is not attached to personal property such as a car or a house. In navigating credit card debt and divorce, it is…

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