When you get married: your life, money and assets become intertwined. When a couple decides to divorce, one of the most challenging aspects is dividing property and assets that they have accumulated during their marriage. This can be especially complicated in cases where one or both spouses own a business or other valuable assets, such…

In Maryland, a post-judgment motion in a divorce case is a legal tool used to seek changes or modifications to a final judgment of absolute divorce. Once a divorce is finalized, it is not uncommon for one or both parties to experience changes in their circumstances that require them to seek a modification to the…

The division of property in a divorce proceeding can be complex. Maryland is an equitable distribution state which means that the court does not divide property equally between spouses, but equitably. The court will determine what is fair in a particular case. Marital property is property acquired during the marriage regardless of which spouse purchased…

In some respects, it may be easier to divorce your spouse than it is to get your ex out of the home when the relationship is over. Locking your ex out of the house may seem like a harmless idea, but in actuality it can have serious legal consequences.  What If You Lockout Your Spouse…

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 discussing joint property statements in your Maryland divorce. What Is A Joint Property Statement? A joint property statement is an assertion that…

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