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Baltimore Divorce Lawyers: Moving on After Divorce

After a divorce, it may be easy to feel sorry for yourself and fall into either new or old unhealthy habits. Self-care and setting intentions are important while you are in the midst of a divorce or right after the divorce is finalized. At that very sensitive time, it is important to fully understand your […]

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Baltimore Divorce Lawyers Discuss Signs That Your Spouse May Want a Divorce

It can be easy to miss the signs that show that a divorce is imminent. They may be signs that your spouse is intentionally projecting. They could be unconscious signs. In fact, it’s very possible that you are showing the signs of wanting a divorce without consciously realizing it. Nevertheless, it is important to identify […]

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Baltimore Child Support Lawyers Discuss the Processes of Calculating Child Support in Baltimore

When calculating child support in Baltimore and Maryland as a whole, officials use a system known as the Child Support Guidelines. While these guidelines are not always appropriate for every case, they form the most frequently used system. Typically, the parent with primary physical custody of the children receives child support from the non-custodial parent. […]

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Baltimore Divorce Lawyers: New Year’s Resolutions for a Healthier Divorce

Many of us begin the New Year with the intention of making it better than the last. Couples deciding to end their marriage can use their own set of New Year’s resolutions to approach the divorce process in a positive and uplifting way. By seeing divorce as a new beginning, divorced couples experience the closure […]

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Baltimore Divorce Lawyers: Equitable Distribution and Community Property in Divorce

Divorce has become a common part of American life. For most couples, there is a 40 to 50 percent chance their matrimony will end. Couples entering their nuptials need to be prepared for what may come 10, 20, or even 30 years down the line, and our Baltimore divorce lawyers discuss the rules and hazards that […]

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Baltimore Divorce Lawyers Discuss Divorce After a Long Marriage

So-called “gray divorce” is on the upswing. A gray divorce is when a couple decides to go their separate ways after twenty years or more of marriage. When Al and Tipper Gore separated in 2010 after 40 years of marriage, many people were surprised. But in 2010, one in four divorces occurred among people aged […]

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Baltimore Divorce Lawyers: Medical Issues Increase Marital Strife

On the popular reality television series Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, the road to domestic bliss was rocky for David Foster. The famed music producer and his wife Yolanda struggled in the wake of the diagnosis that she had been suffering from Lyme Disease since 2012. A painful, debilitating condition, the disease attacks the central […]

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Baltimore Divorce Lawyers Discuss Increase in Risky Behaviors in Children of Divorced Parents

The decision to have a divorce is never an easy one to make, and seems complicated enough. However, it is always important to understand what a divorce can do to a child. Recent studies have found that the psychological toll of a divorce can lead to increased risky behaviors in young children. When going through […]

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Baltimore Divorce Lawyers: Abuse, Addiction, and Affairs

Many psychologists and marriage counselors suggest the most severe and reasonable grounds for ending a marriage are the three “A’s,” which stand for abuse, addiction, and affairs. Though marriages often suffer from financial strain or lack of communication, these problems are more or less common for all families. Baltimore divorce lawyers caution that the three […]

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Baltimore Divorce Lawyers Discuss the Psychological Toll Divorce Takes on Children

Parents who are considering a divorce often think of how it would affect their children, sometimes allowing this to determine whether or not they proceed. You have probably heard of unhappy couples “staying together for the kids,” or couples who wait until their youngest child has graduated from high school to end their marriage. Baltimore […]

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