In some cases, the divorce process can cause uncertainty regarding your future and assets. But an uncontested divorce may mitigate that uncertainty. In an uncontested divorce, you and your spouse have agreed to everything in your separation agreement or settlement agreement.. “Everything” can entail agreeing to divorce, and how you will resolve issues regarding custody,…

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…

During the divorce process, the opposing party’s attorney may send you a notice that they intend to depose you. The opposing attorney should notify you of the date, time, and location of the deposition. They may also provide you with documents or items you should bring to the deposition.  In Maryland, a deposition is a…

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 parenting plans.  What Is A Parenting Plan In Prince George’s County, Maryland and Montgomery County, Maryland?   A parenting plan is a…

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