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Alimony Modification in Maryland

Alimony is often one of the most contentious aspects of a divorce, and even after the divorce has been finalized, it can remain a flashpoint for years. Alimony, also known as spousal support, is ordered if spouses have been married for a prolonged period, or if there is a significant disparity in earning capacity. If […]

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Co-Parenting in the Summer Months

The summer season often brings changes in child custody arrangements as children enjoy their summer breaks from school, attend summer camps, and take vacations. While the school year is typically marked by set schedules and regular activities, a child’s summer schedule may have more free time and unstructured days. Determining how to fill those days […]

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Divorce After Age 50

Since the 1990’s, the divorce rate for couples over the age of 50 has doubled. For many men and women, age 50 seems to be an age of reckoning. After the kids have grown and left home, many couples quickly realize they have grown apart.  Spouses finally have the time to consider if they really […]

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Summer Without the Kids

Summer vacation should be a relaxing time. But for divorced couples with kids, it can be stressful. When kids are out of school, parenting roles may get switched around. The parent who normally has primary custody may be anxious about not seeing their children much over the summer. Tensions can be exacerbated by the change […]

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Family Disputes After Death

The death of a loved one can bring a family together as different generations look back on memories and lean on each other for support. Yet for some families, a death can have the opposite effect. A family member’s passing can bring long-standing resentments to the surface, causing family disputes that are not easily resolved. […]

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Medical Power of Attorney

A power of attorney is a document that enables a designated person or people to make decisions for you if you should become incapacitated.  Without such a document, state law will apply to determine who has the power to make medical decisions for you. For example, this power may be given to your legal spouse, […]

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Maryland Guardianship Visitation Bill

Caring for older relatives with declining health, or disabled relatives that are struggling with making competent financial, health, and daily living decisions, can be stressful and difficult for families. In many of these cases, a court appointed guardian will take over the handling of the financial and personal matters of these individuals. Unfortunately, cases have […]

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