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Domestic violence includes any number of attacks on a person with whom the attacker has an intimate or familial relationship. The most commonly understood version includes a husband forcibly striking his wife. But this conduct is only one aspect of the crime. Domestic violence is a pattern of behavior used by one intimate partner against […]
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In this age of social media, conversations and photos that once remained private between two people now leave a lasting digital footprint that can be difficult to erase. In the context of divorce, that can be especially problematic. E-mails, text messages, online searches, photos, and videos have become “evidence” used in court in cases dealing […]
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As children of divorced parents transition into the college years, co-parenting changes significantly. Children over the age of 18 have more ownership over their own time and how and when they want to spend it. The question is, what should divorced parents know about co-parenting their college student, and how can they make these young […]
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When parents get divorced, child custody is one of the biggest issues to be sorted out. If they cannot come to an agreement outside of court, a judge may decide on the custody arrangement, taking several factors into account. The Baltimore County child custody lawyers at Huesman, Jones & Miles, LLC have successfully handled all […]
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Divorce can impact every area of one’s life, including finances. Many divorced individuals are entitled to monetary payments from their ex-spouses called alimony or spousal support, following the end of the marriage. While all types of alimony are meant to help an individual maintain the standard of living they were accustomed to during the marriage, […]
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Meet Henry P. Callegary – Our Newest Associate We are pleased to announce the addition of Henry P. Callegary, a lifelong Maryland resident, as our newest associate. Before joining our firm, Henry served as clerk to the Hon. Nancy M. Purpura in the Circuit Court for Baltimore County. He graduated cum laude from the College of […]
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Under Maryland law, child support continues until age 18 or until the child graduates high school. The Maryland state code does not mandate child support past the age of 19 or high school graduation, whichever occurs first. If a parent owes child support, those payments will continue to be collected regardless of the child’s age. […]
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Marriage is a serious commitment that takes careful thought and planning. Part of the planning process for couples is whether they should develop a prenuptial agreement. No engaged couple wants to entertain the thought of divorce, but what happens to individual assets should the marriage end? A prenuptial agreement is a contract between the couple […]
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Maryland is one of 49 states that have adopted the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act, which makes jurisdictional laws over child custody decisions the same throughout the country. Parents who are unable to agree on a custody arrangement will typically attend a court hearing to create an agreement. Maryland family courts consider all […]
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The start of a new school year is an exciting time for parents and kids alike. There are new friends and teachers to meet and new adventures to explore. Going back to school also means the return to the hectic pace of homework, studying, and after-school activities. There are several things divorced parents can do […]
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