In the law, as in other human endeavors, a combination of good judgment and perseverance often pays off.
Maryland Divorce Lawyers will recognize that these qualities combined with a bit of luck in the May 2010 ruling that Mr. Andrulonis obtained ending his alimony payments to his ex wife. Continue reading Non Modifiable Alimony Terminated On Second Attempt
In 2003 the Court of Appeals clarified an issue that had been confusing for Maryland Divorce Lawyers and their clients. The Court of Appeals in Moore vs. Jacobsen considered the effect of wife’s remarriage on her right to receive alimony. Continue reading Alimony and Remarriage of Recipient
In a previous posting to this site, I have explained the desirability of a divorcing couple making a good faith effort to settle their disputes through negotiations leading to a separation agreement. This is often a better alternative than incurring the expense of litigation. Continue reading Alimony Guidelines May Be Consulted By Maryland Courts
In Howard County, Anne Arundel County, Montgomery County and Baltimore County, Maryland Divorce Lawyers encounter many issues relating to federal employment. How to garnish federal wages to collect a debt owed or payments due on account of child support, alimony and other judgments is one such issue. Continue reading Garnishment of Federal Wages to Enforce of Marital Property and Attorney Fees Awards
Maryland divorce attorneys practicing in high income regions such as Howard County, Anne Arundel County and Baltimore County know that when things go wrong, a couple who could afford the luxury of a “stay at home mom” may find themselves in battle over alimony. Continue reading Rehabilitative Alimony: An Opportunity To Become Self Supporting
You and your spouse have discussed divorce and want to make it as amicable as possible. There are better things to do with your money than pay it to lawyers. Continue reading Separation Agreement: Key To Amicable Divorce
The recent economic turmoil has had a devastating effect on the economic circumstances of many, even in prosperous and economically stable counties like Howard, Carroll, Baltimore and Anne Arundel. As a result, Maryland Divorce lawyers are fielding inquiries about whether alimony awarded in more prosperous times is subject to modification. Continue reading Can Alimony Be Modified In Hard Times?
The fifth amendment to the U.S. Constitution gives every individual the right against self incrimination. While this right is typically invoked in criminal proceedings and Congressional hearings, it is also seen in civil cases including divorce proceedings. Continue reading Right Against Self Incrimination in Divorce Dispute Should Be Carefully Invoked