Divorce affects everyone in the family, including family pets. If you’re currently going through a divorce, or you may go through one soon, you’re probably very concerned about the fate of your family dog.
Cryptocurrencies – Bitcoin, Ethereum, and others – continue to impact and reshape the financial world. Maryland courts now know how to divide cryptocurrency holdings in a divorce.
Litigating issues – meaning resolving those issues in court – can be very costly and time-consuming, and spouses prefer to settle issues whenever possible. In the case of Rose v. Rose (2022), an older gentleman found himself in a bit of a quandary when he agreed to settlement terms that ultimately became unfavorable.
The case of King v. King (2022) shows us several important lessons when it comes to dividing family businesses in the context of divorce. In this post, we will summarize the facts of this case and discuss asset classification and asset valuation.
In the recent case of Stagia v. Moshovitis (2022), Maryland saw a layer added to its understanding of alimony modification. Let’s go over the facts of this case and then discuss the central lesson and the requirements for Alimony Reduction.
Some litigants, such as the one in Turner v. Turner (2022), don’t approach their case from a standpoint of trying to maximize their financial condition, but instead from a standpoint of making a political statement. As the Turner case shows, this approach can often have drawbacks. In this post, we will examine the Turner divorce case in detail and highlight the importance of hiring good counsel.
Who is entitled to the engagement ring? This post will discuss the legal issues when a couple cancels a marriage after the giver gives the engagement ring. We will also discuss what happens when the marriage actually takes place.
This post will discuss several reasons someone might hire a PI during a divorce case to confirm the occurrence of Adultery
In the case of Mullinax v. Mullinax (2022), a husband successfully prevented his former wife from obtaining indefinite or “permanent” alimony. Let’s look at this case in a bit of detail to understand better the conditions under which indefinite alimony might be granted in Maryland.
When dealing with alimony in divorce, we presume that a prenuptial agreement would quickly settle uncertainties, but as Luo v. Liu shows, this isn’t always true. In this post, we will give a brief rundown of this important case and then highlight its overall significance.
The common scenario in a marriage involves a spouse who works for an employer who provides a group health insurance plan, and this plan covers the other spouse. In this post, we will go over the basics of COBRA – the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act – which is a federal law designed to help ensure continued coverage for dependent spouses.
We’d go over some of the details of Maryland domestic violence law. Maryland addresses domestic violence more seriously than other case types. They tend to have different sanctions compared to other case types that can be both criminal and civil in nature.
It’s important that we keep up to date with new cases. In this post, we’re going to give brief summaries of two recent cases in Maryland family law – Malech v. Malech (2022) and Norris v. Norris (2022).
Learning about divorce statistics can give a deeper insight into the role of divorce in society. In this post, we’re going to examine a few key statistics on divorce here in the State of Maryland.
We don’t know how inflation will clearly impact family law. But we can confidently say that most couples should be looking at reducing costs, mostly in the short term. Let’s look at reducing costs in a divorce to better fight the crisis effects.