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Potential Changes to Maryland’s Policy on Shared Parenting After Divorce

Since 2013, Arizona has been a model for successful shared parenting policies that combine equal parenting time and judicial discretion. As the Journal of Divorce and Remarriage prepares to publish a comprehensive study of the Arizona law, some Maryland policymakers are considered putting a similar one on the books.

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Loss Mitigation as a Foreclosure Alternative

If you are preparing to move forward with foreclosure in Maryland, take the time to thoroughly investigate your loss mitigation options before continuing. Foreclosure is a losing situation for everyone involved: the bank, the loaning party, the government and the borrower.

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Family Law Will Be Directly Affected by the 2018 Tax Bill

The new tax bill has many individuals and families wondering how their bottom lines will change. When it comes to divorced and divorcing couples, the tax bill will have enormous ramifications.

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Maryland Custody Agreements & Parenting Plans

If a custody agreement can be reached between the two parents, both sides will save money and the children will benefit. How can you create a legally-binding custody order in the state of Maryland?

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Maryland Foreclosure Law: 2018

Maryland foreclosure law experienced a few changes at the tail end of 2017, and another law affecting the foreclosure process will go into effect in 2018.

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What to Expect in Maryland Rent Court

You’ve received notice that you’re expected to appear in rent court, so where do you go from here? It’s important to understand the rent court and eviction process if you are a tenant facing eviction.

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Forced Sales to Cash Out

Home For Sale Sign in Front of Beautiful New HomeAre you frustrated with a piece of property that you own with someone else? Do you need to cash out of your portion of the property so that he/she can take over full ownership? If you are a joint property owner in the state of Maryland, you have the right to force the sale of your property through legal means.

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Include Your Lawyer in the Home Buying and Selling Process

When you’re talking with a realtor about home buying and selling, it’s easy to get so swept up in the excitement of house hunting that you forget to protect yourself and your rights. When you’re preparing to sell or purchase your home, you should always work with a lawyer to review contracts prior to signing to protect your rights and avoid any unfortunate surprises.

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Navigating Holiday Schedules, Vacation and Summer Visitation and Child Custody in Maryland

Even once child custody has been decided, ongoing conflict can occur over holiday schedules, summer visitation and vacations. Due to the emotions and expectations swirling around all of these occasions, it can be hard to work together to find a solution that works for both families and the child. How can you successfully navigate scheduling and child custody in Maryland?

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Mutual Consent in Maryland Doesn’t Need to Be a Mystery

Up until 2015, Marylanders looking for an absolute divorce could only choose from a small number of immediate divorce conditions or separate for at least 12 months before filing. Mutual consent divorce is a new third option that forgoes the year of waiting and allows for immediate filing.

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