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September 2016 Archives

Several arrested over child custody dispute

Unfortunately, whether one resides in Maryland or elsewhere, disputes over custody arrangements are fairly common. Recently, several individuals in another state were arrested after taking a child from her father. The child's grandmother, mother and at least three others have since been charged with interfering in child custody.

What are the top reasons to file for divorce?

A study was recently released regarding the reasons many couples choose to end their marriages. It is believed that, currently, nearly 800,000 couples choose to file for divorce every year in the United States -- many of whom may reside in Maryland. This is said to be fewer than the number of couples who filed back in the 1980s and 1990s -- when divorce rates were at a high. Nevertheless, the reasons to divorce have largely stayed the same over the past several decades.

Q and A about receiving child support in Maryland

For parents in Maryland who are seeking child support orders, it is normal to have question about how everything works. There is a lot of information out there that can be quite confusing and makes the whole thing seem rather intimidating. This column will try to address some common question parents looking to receive child support may have.

Maryland family law: Is an inheritance shared property?

In Maryland or elsewhere, it is not uncommon for one or both spouses to receive some sort of inheritance during the course of a marriage or even before the union is made official. If a couple chooses to divorce, either party may believe that the funds or property granted in an inheritance are subject to division. This, however, is not necessarily the case. Under the right circumstances and with the assistance of a family law attorney, this type of asset may be kept separate.

Social media: Harmless or reason to divorce?

Social media can be a wonderful way to stay connected to friends and loves ones. However, some people are finding that this seemingly harmless platform is causing quite a bit of strife in their marriages. In fact, social media use is actually leading quite a few couples in Maryland and elsewhere to file for divorce.

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