Maryland Divorce Lawyers have received some important guidance from a recent opinion issued by Maryland’s Court of Special Appeals. Continue reading Tort Liability Involving Divorcing Spouses
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
Maryland Divorce Lawyers and their clients need to keep in mind issues related to estate planning that may or may not be impacted by separation and divorce. Continue reading Separation and Divorce: A Time To Think About Your Will
In a previous post, I have offered a menu of issues that need to be resolved in order to successfully negotiate a Separation Agreement. This is the key to minimizing legal expenses in your divorce. Continue reading Government Pension and Right of Survivorship In Divorce
This post on custody and visitation is written from the point of view of a Maryland Custody Lawyer for divorcing parties who wish to negotiate a Separation Agreement. Continue reading Negotiating Child Custody and Visitation
The blizzard of media covering the transgressions of Tiger Woods inspired the Divorce Lawyer in me to review a 2005 opinion, Woodson vs Saldana. Continue reading Dissipation of Marital Assets and Infidelity
Maryland Divorce Lawyers know that getting the divorcing parties to sign a Separation Agreement can be the key to an amicable divorce. This was the subject of a recent posting on this site. However there are exceptions to every rule. Continue reading Separation Agreement: Can It Be Set Aside?
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