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Domestic Protective Orders Issues and Ramifications.

Maryland law distinguishes the categories of protective orders. These depend on several factors like relationships between parties involved; whether the spouses have children; and if a criminal warrant has already been issued. Protective orders can be obtained by individuals who are in fear of physical contact or harm inflicted by another person. It could be…

Child Support Amendment Issues

In nearly all states of the US, child support proceedings are part of divorce processes. Minors (below 18 years of age) are entitled to the same amount of support if their parents are living together. Each parent must show evidence of capability to provide child support during court hearings. This proof includes the latest pay…

Violations of Protective Orders

The Maryland Code contains stipulations regarding the violation of family abuse protective orders`. Any infringement of this court directive is tantamount to contempt of court, even if it is an emergency or preliminary protective order. This violation occurs if the abuser insists on entering the home or premises where the complainant lives or is staying.…

Common Mistakes of Divorcing Parents – part 2

In our last post about common mistakes that divorcing parents make, we discussed overly smothering your kids and not respecting their ages. Today, we’ll shed light on two more areas where divorcing parents frequently struggle. If you’re considering divorcing your spouse or are in need of assistance with your child custody case, don’t handle it…

Creating a sense of stability for kids during divorce

Divorcing parents often wonder the best way to help kids cope with the changes that accompany divorce. It may sound simple, but a little structure goes a long way in helping kids feel safe and secure. At a time when so many things are different, it’s comforting for kids to know that some things will…

Creating a Parenting Plan

If you’re a parent facing divorce, one of your most pressing concerns is what will happen regarding your children when you split from your spouse. If you’re able to sit down and work with your spouse to create a parenting plan you can both agree on, you’ll have a much easier time getting the custody…

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Divorce Mediation Rockville MD Attorney

Time Line of Separation to Divorce – a comprehensive schedule of events from beginning to end Grounds For Divorce – are you unsure whether or not you have a sufficient case Things You Can Do To Prepare Your Case – our clients have found this most helpful Anger Management / Alcohol or Drug Abuse –…

Talking To Your Kids About Divorce

When a couple decides that it’s time to divorce, one of the hardest things to do is sit down with their children and tell them the news. While divorce is painful for the parents involved, learning that both parents are no longer living together can be extremely difficult for children to take too.

Don’t Let Facebook Ruin Your Divorce Proceedings

Some clients are glued to social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter. What many don’t know is that their postings can be potentially disastrous to their divorce proceedings. Don’t damage your day in divorce court. Read on to learn how to be smart about social media during your divorce. Going through a divorce can be…

Types of Child Custody in Maryland

In our experience helping Maryland families navigate divorce, determining child custody can be the hardest part for parents. Making arrangements regarding when parents can see their children is difficult. And agreeing on a plan about how decisions for the children will be made can be just as taxing. In Maryland, two types of custody must…