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March 2013 Archives

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Have you thought about how a divorce will impact your finances?

Whether a divorce is amicable or contentious, one of the main goals for all of the parties involved is usually to ensure that asset division does not become a sticking point in the process. This is especially true in a high asset divorce. Complex asset division is always a possibility in these types of cases, even more so when the divorcing couple did not have a prenuptial agreement.

Improvements continue for Maryland's child support system

Previous posts here have mentioned the troubles that the State of Maryland's Department of Human Resources has faced in regards to child support in recent years. An audit found that there were a number of areas which needed to be addressed in order to improve services to Maryland residents. A recent report indicated that those improvements are coming, but there is still more work to be done.

Relocation can lead to a custody dispute

Some of our Maryland readers may find themselves in this situation one day: the divorce is over, the issues have been settled and agreed to and now everyone is trying to go along within the framework of those agreements. Then it happens - one of the parents brings up relocation, maybe because of employment or maybe because they have started a new relationship with someone who lives in another state. When this situation arises, both parents might be thinking, "What does this mean for our child custody agreement?"

Ruling in custody dispute could impact Maryland law

Since Maryland legalized same-sex marriage recently, many of our readers are likely paying more attention to the types of issues which will inevitably spawn from that decision. After all, marriage - almost half of the time - leads to divorce, and divorce often leads to a child custody dispute.

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