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September 2013 Archives

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Family law courts can face unique problems in divorce


Our Maryland readers probably know that the traditional notion of what it means to be a "family" in America is changing. Several states, including Maryland, have approved same-sex marriage, and economic troubles are often forcing several generations of family members to live together under one roof. But a recent article detailed yet another change that has had a profound impact on American families: reproductive technology.

A divorce involving children is often a complex legal matter


Nothing can make individuals going through a divorce more cantankerous than a child custody dispute. Whether the problem is agreeing to a parenting plan or fighting over visitation rights, some parents will fight for their children to the bitter end, sometimes without thinking of the affect such a battle could have on their children.

Maryland legal community looks to improve child custody process


Is change a good thing or a bad thing? It probably depends on who you ask, but it looks like several members of the Maryland legal community will be gathering with key decision makers to determine what types of changes may need to be considered in order to improve the approach to child custody in our state.

How do Maryland residents value retirement accounts in a divorce?


Going through a divorce can make anyone focus on the here and now as opposed to the distant future, like retirement. After all, the divorce process can involve so many aspects of a person's life that the decisions being made can seem like all-important tasks to focus on. But, a recent article pointed out a part of the process that may not be of immediate concern, but should be: the effect of a divorce on retirement plans.

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