Practice Areas

Divorce

The decision to divorce is never easy.  Because it signals the end of a partnership, the prospect of divorce makes most people feel isolated and alone, even if they were the one to make the difficult decision to initiate the process. At The Law Offi… Read More

Child Custody

The end of a marriage or relationship is stressful enough on its own.  If you have children with your spouse or partner, the stress is even greater because of your concerns for your children’s safety and well-being.  Most people who are divorcing… Read More

Parenting Time

In Maryland, parenting time (sometimes referred to as “visitation”) refers to the time that each parent spends with the children after a divorce or breakup.  Parenting time can be a source of serious contention between parents, each of whom feel… Read More

Child Support

In Maryland, as in many states, child support is determined by a set of guidelines and a complex formula with several variables based on the facts of the situation.  Generally speaking, courts consider the income of both parents and the number of ov… Read More

Spousal Support

Spousal support is also known as alimony or maintenance. In Maryland, spousal support may be awarded to either the husband or wife in a divorce if the court determines it is warranted.  The parties may agree upon spousal support, or may leave it to… Read More

Property Division

As with many other aspects of divorce, if a divorcing couple in Maryland can reach agreement on the division of their property, the court will likely approve the agreement so long as it is not unreasonable.  When there is dispute about property divi… Read More

QDROs

Post-Judgment Modifications

Change of Residence

In our ever-changing world, families find themselves changing residences more frequently than ever before.  The move may be occasioned by a job opportunity, a new relationship, or a desire to be closer to other family members.  Moving can be compli… Read More

Issues Involving Domestic Violence, Abuse, and Neglect

Practice Areas

QDROs
Post-Judgment Modifications
Issues Involving Domestic Violence, Abuse, and Neglect

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