What should I do with my wedding ring after my divorce?
March 9th, 2021
What should I do with my wedding ring after my divorce? After getting divorced a wedding ring can be a painful reminder of what was. It can also be an inspiring memento that drives you to create a new story for yourself. Having to look at that ring s… Read MoreRead More
What is a Contested Divorce in Maryland?
February 9th, 2021
When two spouses decide to get divorced, it is always a very emotional process. Nobody wants to think that the day will ever come, but unfortunately for many spouses, it does. That being said, divorce is typically a complicated process, which is why… Read MoreRead More
Will I Lose My House in a Divorce in Maryland?
January 5th, 2021
Divorce is a complicated process in many ways–emotionally, legally, and, of course, financially. If you are getting divorced, there is a very good chance you are worried about whether you will lose your home. For most people, their house is the… Read MoreRead More
Child Relocation in Maryland | What You Need to Know
October 6th, 2020
After a divorce, you may wish to relocate with your child, for one reason or another. This is perfectly fine, however, you must ensure you do so in accordance with the law, for if you do not, it may adversely impact your child custody agreement. Plea… Read MoreRead More
Who Gets to Keep the House in a Maryland Divorce?
September 1st, 2020
Divorce is complicated, and if you are getting divorced, you are probably very concerned about numerous things, and keeping your house is most likely one of them. Please continue reading and reach out to our seasoned Maryland divorce attorney to lear… Read MoreRead More
What You Need to Know About Post-Divorce Modifications in Maryland
August 25th, 2020
In the months and years following a divorce, former spouses often find that as their lives change, the terms initially negotiated in their divorce agreement no longer accurately reflect their current situation in life. Because of this, spouses will v… Read MoreRead More
Can Having a Substance Abuse Issue Affect Child Custody in Maryland?
August 11th, 2020
If you are a divorcing parent, child custody is probably the most important issue on the table. If you have a substance abuse problem, custody matters can become even more complex. Please continue reading and speak with our knowledgeable Maryland div… Read MoreRead More
What You Need to Know About High Net Worth Divorce in Maryland
July 28th, 2020
Divorce is notoriously complicated. It is not only a legal matter; it is also a financial and, most importantly, an emotional one. Unfortunately, if you or your spouse are high net worth individuals, you will have even more to worry about outside of… Read MoreRead More
The Do's and Don'ts of Divorce in Maryland
June 24th, 2020
Divorce is complicated, which is why if you are about to enter one, it is critical that you understand some basic conduct for divorce to ensure you do not make any mistakes or take any actions that may negatively impact the outcome of your divorce. P… Read MoreRead More
CAN I KICK MY SPOUSE OUT OF MY HOME?
November 5th, 2018
Contributor: David L. Ruben
Every day I receive telephone calls or email inquiries from Maryland residents looking for a solution to one particular problem. They aren’t happy in their marriage and they want the other person to leave. The problem is, for a myriad of reason… Read MoreRead More
New Maryland State Laws Passed in 2018
May 11th, 2018
The 438th session of the Maryland General Assembly recently passed 889 new bills into law. We thought it might be interesting to share a few new laws in?Divorce,?Family Law, Election Law and even one about sunscreen in schools?(no joke). These new la… Read MoreRead More
How will my divorce affect my income taxes?
April 13th, 2015
Children: When people who have children get divorced only one parent can claim the children on his or her tax return. The tax exemption belongs to the custodial parent (the parent the children live with) unless that parent signs a release. A release… Read MoreRead More
Desertion vs. Constructive Desertion
March 16th, 2015
Desertion occurs when a spouse leaves home without justification or consent from the other spouse. In this case, the fault lies with the spouse who leaves the home. Constructive desertion occurs when a spouse is caused to leave home by the other spou… Read MoreRead More
What are grounds for divorce in Maryland?
March 16th, 2015
What are grounds for divorce in Maryland? There are two types of grounds for absolute divorces, fault grounds and no fault grounds. Read MoreRead More
What is the difference between absolute divorce and limited divorce?
March 16th, 2015
Absolute divorce permanently ends a marriage. After an absolute divorce you can remarry. Additionally, your property and accounts transition from being jointly held to being held in common. This means that you each own half of the property. Your divo… Read MoreRead More