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Artificial Intelligence and Family Law, a Cautionary Note

The use of artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming more widespread in society every day, and the legal sector is no exception. But while there can be many advantages to using AI, there are just as many dangers — especially when it comes to family… Read More
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Understanding the Divorce Litigation Process in Maryland: Part II

If you and your spouse are thinking about parting ways, you probably have many questions about the litigation process. In Part I of this blog series, we discussed how to start the divorce process in Maryland — and the requirements to commence a cas… Read More
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Categories: Divorce
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Do I Have to File Taxes with My Spouse if We Are Separated?

A divorce can take several months or even years to finalize, depending on the complexity of the issues in your case. If you are in the process of divorce and physically separated, you may be wondering, “if I am separated, how do I file taxes?” Wh… Read More
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Categories: Finances & Taxes
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Understanding the Divorce Litigation Process in Maryland: Part 1

If you are considering divorce, you likely have many questions about the legal process – going to court. For instance, you might be wondering how to file for divorce, what the requirements are, and how long it will take. In this blog series, we… Read More
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Categories: Divorce
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Tips for Maintaining a Relationship with Your Former In-Laws

When you divorce, you don’t only part ways with your spouse — your relationship with their family may also come to an end. However, if you will be co-parenting with your ex-spouse, maintaining a relationship with your former in-laws might be impo… Read More
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Protecting Your Inheritance During Divorce

Money or property that is inherited by a spouse during marriage is usually treated differently from other marital assets in divorce. Under Maryland law, assets acquired by either spouse while married are generally considered marital property, belongi… Read More
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Categories: Divorce
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How to Communicate with Your Spouse During Divorce: Building Bridges, Not Walls

The way you communicate with your spouse during divorce can have a lasting effect on your relationship moving forward. Effective communication can help to streamline the divorce process and minimize the amount of time you spend in court. It can also… Read More
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Can a Child Custody Arrangement Be Impacted by a Parent Getting Sick?

A serious illness can be devastating, especially if it is debilitating and lasts for a significant amount of time. Not only might you be required to take time from work as you recover — but being sick can make it very difficult to care for your chi… Read More
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Categories: Custody
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Collaborative Divorce vs. Traditional Divorce: Which is Best for You?

There is more than one way to end a marriage in Maryland. While couples who wish to end their marriage will need to obtain an official judgment of divorce, it doesn’t mean all couples need to follow the same path to get there. In fact, some divorce… Read More
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Categories: Collaborative, Divorce
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We Are Getting Engaged! Should We Sign a Prenup?

The holiday season can lead to wedding bells for a lot of Maryland couples. Christmas, New Year, and Valentine’s Day are some of the most popular times of year for couples to get engaged. If your fiance “popped the question” or you have decided… Read More
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