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…

For a lot of families, the Coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic has significantly disrupted their parenting time and access with their children. Many panicking parents  throughout the country are refusing to allow court-ordered access, and they are restricting their co-parent’s already limited access schedules. Currently, Maryland Circuit Courts are not expected to resume full operation until early…

Going through a divorce is likely putting a lot of stress on you and your family. Throughout the process you and your spouse have to gather a substantial amount of information about all of your assets, accounts, habits, and choices.  In Maryland family law cases, the process of gathering evidence is known as discovery and…

Throughout your life, you may have acquired various assets and property. If you have been married for several years, it is likely that a significant portion of your assets may be marital property. Marital property typically includes property acquired during the marriage regardless of which spouse purchased the asset, and regardless of which spouse is…

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…

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