3 Reasons Older Couples Decide They Need a Gray Divorce
The first years of marriage are often very challenging for new couples. Especially if they have never lived together before, they might struggle to adjust to cohabitation. After a couple has spent a few decades together, people tend to take their relationship for
What Happens to Retirement Accounts in Maryland Divorces?
The longer you have stayed married, the more intertwined your finances have become with your spouse's. Married couples share bank accounts, paychecks and houses. You also probably plan to share retirement savings and plan to split the expenses when you live on a fixed.
Are You Acting in Your Children’s Best Interests?
Something that you need to keep in mind during your divorce is that the court wants to see that you are doing what’s in your children’s best interests at all times. The last thing any judge wants to see is one parent who is unwilling to negotiate with the other and
What is a Best Interest Attorney (BAI)?
When you’re involved in a divorce case with children, you will need to work with a Child’s Best Interest Attorney, or BIA. The BIA is an attorney whom the court appoints to protect your child’s best interests during a case. The BIA’s job is to take an independent
Can Your Ex Cut You Off from The Children when They File Divorce?
Some people don't realize their marriage is in trouble until their spouse serves them with divorce paperwork. Rather than having time to slowly adjust to the idea of a separation, these people may have to arrange for someplace else to live and adjust to shared custody
Maryland Prohibits Restrictions on a Condominium Owner’s Right to Park in Order to Collect Delinquent Assessments
On June 23, 2017, the Court of Appeals of Maryland issued the long awaited decision in Elvaton Towne Condominium Regime II, Inc., et al. v. William Rose, et ux, 217 Md. Lexis 449 (2017), which prohibits any Maryland Condominium from restricting a unit owners’ right
Divorces Later in Life Come with Unique Concerns
In recent years, the divorce rate among American couples over the age of 50 has increased significantly. While the end of their marriage can offer people new opportunities, divorce can also bring unique challenges to older people. What should people divorcing later in