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August 2016 Archives

Divorce rates rise at certain times of year

For couples in Maryland and elsewhere, deciding when to dissolve their marriages can be challenging. As it is often said, timing is everything. When it comes to filing for divorce, according to a recent study, most couples tend to file in March or August. What it is about these months that cause divorce rates to spike?

Is it possible to challenge paternity?

Establishing parentage is a big deal, not only in Maryland but elsewhere as well. Doing so will determine who is to take responsibility for financially supporting a child, who is allowed to have access to a child and who may be granted custody. There are those who may not agree with paternity findings, though. Is it possible for these individuals to challenge paternity in court?

What steps are involved in child custody and visitation cases?

Custody and visitation cases can be rather involved. After all, at the end of the day, parents and the court just want to make sure that the best decisions regarding the affected children are being made. For parents in Maryland, there are several steps involved in settling child custody and visitation cases. What exactly may some parents be asked to complete before such cases are finalized?

Maryland family law: Seek asset protection before remarriage

Numerous individuals in Maryland and elsewhere consider remarriage later in life after going through divorces or after their spouses have passed away. In fact, an estimated four in 10 new marriages are believed to involve remarriages for one or both parties. While entering a new marital relationship is certainly an exciting step to take, it is okay to take a minute and think about how to protect oneself, one's children and any assets one has before walking down the aisle. This is something that can be done with the assistance of an experienced family law attorney.

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