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The Basics of Child Custody When You Weren’t Married

Child custody cases in Maryland can be complex, and things can become even more complicated when the two parents of the children involved were not legally married. It’s critical to partner with an experienced child custody attorney early on in the process to fully take advantage of the rights and privileges that the law affords you.

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Will COVID-19 Lead to an Increase in Divorces?

There has been much speculation over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic as to whether or not it will contribute to an abnormally high divorce rate. After all, high stress, economic instability, increased time spent together at home and other societal factors could all combine to shine a light on marital issues or push already-troubled couples over the edge. Will COVID-19 lead to an increase in divorces?

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Legal Considerations for Landlords During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Landlords and tenants alike have both faced unprecedented challenges as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Tenants with stable jobs suddenly found themselves without income and unable to pay rent.

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What You Should Know About Remote Hearings Due to COVID-19

Remote hearings are now an option due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Courts in Maryland are allowing remote hearings providing that a party makes the request to do so. This offers a broad range of benefits to parties on both sides, but first you have to understand how remote hearings due to the COVID-19 pandemic work.

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What Happens if Your Co-Parent Cannot Pay Child Support Due to COVID-19?

One of the biggest struggles that many parents with a custody or child support arrangement are currently facing is complications due to COVID-19. If your co-parent lost their source of income and cannot pay child support due to the COVID-19 pandemic, what should you do?

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Do You Have a Case for Contempt During COVID-19?

COVID-19 has presented many families with challenging decisions about the safety of shared custody and how to best move children from house to house during visitation. Unfortunately, some parents have also seized the opportunity to forbid the other parent from seeing the child under the guise of protecting them during the pandemic.

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What Is the Tenant’s Right of First Refusal in Baltimore City?

Baltimore City has many laws that govern both landlords and tenants, but some of them even regard the potential sale of the rental property. What is the tenant’s right of first refusal in Baltimore City, and what do landlords need to know before attempting to sell their property?

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5 Myths About Child Custody in Maryland

In many divorces, child custody is a pivotal factor that has a lasting effect on both the child and the parents involved. When preparing for any case involving child custody in Maryland, it is critical that you work with the right lawyer and know the truth behind many of the biggest myths about child custody.

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Our Office Is Preparing to Reopen: What You Can Expect

While our office is not reopening to the public yet, we are already thinking about the best ways to prepare for the next phase of Maryland’s reopening. In this blog, we will be sharing some of the changes we are making to ensure that we follow all CDC suggestions and stay healthy.

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Understanding Mediation and the Homebuying Process

While the vast majority of real estate transactions go off without a hitch, occasionally there has to be more formal intervention between the two (or more) sides involved. Real estate disputes can arise for a variety of reasons, including disagreements between realtors and homebuyers, misunderstandings between buyers and sellers and even arguments between brokers and agents.

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