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What Happens to Child Support Payments During Unemployment?

Maryland law states that the non-custodial parent must continue to pay child support during unemployment until the child support order is modified by a judge. This means that there is no automatic alteration to the payment requirements if you lose your job— until and unless you request a change to the court order, the court will assume you continue to be able to make payments as normal.

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6 Steps for Navigating Divorce with Children

Navigating a divorce can be tricky, especially when kids are involved. That’s why we suggest hiring a trusted attorney, like the ones at Lebovitz Law, LLC, who can council you on explaining the divorce process to your children while ensuring your divorce goes as smooth as possible.

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What Happens if Someone Has Taken out A Protective Order Against You in Maryland?

Being served with a protective order in the state of Maryland can be a very scary moment. You may be left with many questions and be puzzled on what your next step should be. First it is important to know that you are not being arrested or charged with a crime, so you should remain calm.

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Dealing With Debt During Your Divorce in Maryland

Money issues are one of the most common reasons couples divorce— which means hashing out who's responsible for what debts can be one of the most contentious parts of the divorce process. Luckily the lawyers at Lebovitz Law, LLC have experience with Maryland laws, and can help you determine which debts are whose responsibility.

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What Happens if the Other Parent Is Not Following the Maryland Child Custody Order?

It's a common scenario: your ex-partner had the kids for the weekend and is late dropping them off. You drove to meet them, so you're frustrated, and this isn't the first time it's happened. You might find yourself wondering, does this qualify as not following the custody agreement? And if so, what can you do about it? We've put together a brief overview to get you started on answering that question, and any others that might arise.

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What Separating Parents Need to Know About Child Support in Maryland

Ending a relationship is never easy, especially when children are involved. In Maryland both parents, whether or not they were ever married, are obligated to support their children upon the dissolution of the parents' partnership. Since 1990, Maryland has provided a formula for calculating each parent's financial obligation based on their income.

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How to Know If You Need a Postnuptial Agreement

Postnuptial agreements, while nearly unheard of just a few decades ago, are becoming more common these days as couples forego the more traditional prenups but experience changes after the marriage that make a postnup important. We've got a breakdown for you of what a postnup is, what it covers, and when you might think about getting one for you and your spouse.

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4 Steps to Getting an Annulment in Maryland

An Annulment is a relatively rare special action that, rather than terminating your marriage, establishes that it never existed in the first place. While the requirements for divorce in Maryland are relatively straightforward, seeking an annulment instead can complicate matters.

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Richard Lebovitz Has Been Named Assistant Director of the NADP Greater Baltimore/DC/Northern Virginia Chapter

The attorneys at Lebovitz Law, LLC are committed to ensuring that all of our clients are properly represented over the course of their case, whether they are experiencing a custody battle or a divorce. As part of our efforts, Richard Lebovitz has been an active member of the National Association of Divorce Professionals (NADP).

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Social Media Mistakes During a Divorce in Maryland

Divorce can be very emotional and stressful, even if it is amicable. Many people in the middle of a divorce want to share their feelings and updates with family and friends on social media, but this can lead to serious problems that could impact the outcome of the case.

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