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November 2016 Archives

Maryland divorce: Alimony concerns

There are many Maryland residents going through divorces who are eligible to receive alimony -- also known as spousal support or maintenance -- as part of their settlements. Alimony laws can be confusing, though. This column will work to address common concerns about spousal support in a divorce proceeding.

How is property divided in divorce?

A lot of people may go into the divorce process unsure of what they will be left with in the end. Property division is a challenging aspect of divorce, but one every divorcing couple must face. Every state has different guidelines as to how assets are to be divided in order to keep things fair for all involved. In Maryland, property is divided using equitable distribution laws.

Brad Pitt fighting for joint child custody

Divorcing couples in Maryland may find that nothing about the process is easy. It is emotionally trying and can be financially challenging for some. If children are involved, child custody matters can create a number of issues that only prolong finalizing everything -- such as in the highly publicized divorce between Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. This issue seems to be the only thing left with which they must come to terms.

Why does establising paternity matter?

There are those who may not think that legally establishing the identity of a child's father is important. However, there is a lot that could be lost by not taking the time to establish paternity. This week, this column will address why confirming paternity does matter and how, in the state of Maryland, parentage can be determined.

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