Category: Family Law

Can you request more parenting time after your divorce?

There are typically two sets of custody orders issued throughout the protracted process when a couple with minor children divorces in Maryland. The courts will typically issue a temporary order on the day that one spouse files for divorce. They will later issue a final order at the end of

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How can I tell if my spouse is hiding assets?

The division of property during a divorce is one of the most tiring parts of the entire process. It doesn’t help if your spouse is uncooperative, or worse, hiding their assets. Spouses can hide their assets for a variety of reasons. One common reason occurs in states with equitable property

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Maintaining mental stamina is important during divorce

Going through any major change in life can bring about mixed emotions. Even if you know the change is for the best, you may still worry about what it could mean for your future. In particular, you may have concerns about how you will handle your pending divorce. Whether you

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Parents do not have to be best friends for co-parenting to work

Having a child may have been the greatest day of your life and your spouse’s life. You undoubtedly imagined all the wonderful adventures you would have as a family and how the two of you would watch your child grow and work as a team to nurture that growth. Of

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