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How Financial Debt Can Take a Toll on a Marriage

Personal finances are common topics that couples argue over, particularly if each person has a very different approach to spending and saving money. For couples who are just starting out, it is difficult to avoid accumulating some level of debt due to student loans, the high cost of living in certain areas, and other financial […]

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Grounds for Divorce in Maryland

When it comes to divorce, every state has legal requirements. If you are seeking a divorce in the state of Maryland, you will need to show the courts you have a justifiable reason or grounds to end your marriage. You can choose to base your divorce on fault or no-fault grounds. To help determine the […]

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What Happens to Debt in a Divorce?

Splitting up marital assets in a divorce is a difficult task, but what happens to the marital couple’s debt in a divorce settlement? Student loans, car payments, charge accounts, and mortgages can add up to a hefty sum. Deciding how much each spouse is responsible for repaying is often an emotionally charged process. It is […]

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Halloween Co-Parenting

As Halloween quickly approaches, children are picking out costumes and making plans for a fun-filled night of trick-or-treating. Nothing can spoil a child’s excitement for a holiday like the fighting between ex-spouses over where and with whom a special day like Halloween will be spent. Although ensuring both parents can spend time with their child […]

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Parental Kidnapping

Child custody and visitation agreements are typically the most emotionally charged and stressful negotiations during a divorce settlement. Each parent involved in the divorce process may want legal custody of their child, but the court may grant equal rights to both parents, which gives each parent the right to make decisions for their child. Even […]

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Student Loan Debt Causing Divorce

Financial stress can be a contributing cause of divorce for many couples. Couples most vulnerable to the strain of financial worries are those dealing with student loan debt. Last year’s college graduates averaged almost $40,000 in college loan debt by graduation. Recent surveys indicated approximately 13 percent of divorced couples believe student loan debt was […]

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