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Maryland family law firm maintains a blog including various topics related to divorce.

Overview of Alimony

Alimony, or spousal support, is a court-enforced agreement awarded by a judge in divorce proceedings to financially support a lesser-earning spouse during and after a divorce. Either spouse can sue for alimony at any point before their divorce is finalized. Alimony payments are intended to sustain the receiver during the divorce process and for a […]

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Will an Empty Nest Lead to Divorce?

It is not uncommon for parents to get caught up in homework, planning meals, shuttling kids to their activities and before they realize, they have forgotten to spend time together. For many couples, empty nest syndrome and the feeling of loneliness and loss after kids have all grown up and moved away is incredibly painful. […]

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Can My Ex Take My Kids Overseas?

Child custody agreements for divorced parents are often complex and laden with many restrictions. The situation can become very complicated when a parent wishes to take their child out of the country for any period of time. Custodial parents, non-custodial parents, parents with shared custody, and those with partial custody will need to plan ahead […]

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Tips for Family Gatherings Post Divorce

Family gatherings and traditional celebrations are times to enjoy with those we love and treasure the most. For divorced families, these times can become stressful when animosity and negative emotions get in the way. When ex-spouses can work amicably together, family gatherings can be a time to celebrate holidays, birthdays, graduations, special events, and milestones. […]

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Who Pays for Summer Camp?

For many children, summer means attending sports clinics, drama camps, and other specialty programs during the day. When the school year ends, families with school-aged children often use summer camp as an alternative to traditional childcare. In cases of divorce or unmarried parents, determining which parent will pay for these activities is an important concern. […]

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