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Allyson Goldscher Recognized for 11th year as 2023 Rising Star by Super Lawyers®

Allyson B. Goldscher has been selected by Super Lawyers® as a Rising Star in Family Law for the eleventh year in a row. Super Lawyers®, the distinguished national attorney rating service, designates the best attorneys in the country by completing evaluations in over 70 different practice areas. To create their …

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What to Do if a Child is Refusing Visitation

As part of your parenting agreement or your court-ordered parenting plan, your child likely spends time with you and their other parent based on a visitation schedule. You may encounter problems if the child does not want to follow the visitation plan. There are some steps you can take to …

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Steps in a Maryland Divorce

Before filing for divorce with the help of a Maryland family lawyer, you might want to know the steps involved in a divorce. The more you’re informed, the easier it will be to prepare and to know what’s coming next. Talk with Your Spouse You may be able to work …

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Reasons to Modify Child Support in Maryland

Although child support arrangements are binding once handed down, there are life circumstances that might impact your ability to pay child support. For this reason, you should consider modifying child support agreements when there have been significant changes in your life situation. If you are thinking about modifying your existing …

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5 Tips for Back-to-School Season

If you’re currently going through a divorce or are already on the other side of one, it is important to continue supporting your child’s stability during the school semester. Working and communicating with the other parent, as best you can, will help your child. Here are five tips for this …

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What is the Role of a Parenting Coordinator in a Maryland Divorce?

Getting divorced when you and the other party share children adds a level of complication to the legal proceedings. It also means there are several different parties involved in child custody decisions. In Maryland, judges are instructed to consider “the best interests of the child” in determining child custody arrangements. …

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What You Need to Know About Enforcing a Family Court Order in Maryland

There are several different kinds of family court orders that might impact you as a parent. Most of them relate to child custody or child support. The point of an order is to clarify each person’s responsibilities as it relates to some aspect of parenting or divorce. In some cases, …

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Allyson Goldscher Acknowledged for 10th year as 2022 Rising Star by Super Lawyers®

Allyson B. Goldscher has been recognized by the distinguished national attorney rating service Super Lawyers® as a Rising Star in Family Law for the tenth year in a row. Super Lawyers® determines the best attorneys in the country by completing evaluations in over 70 different practice areas. To create their …

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What Happens When Your Child Comes Back from Visitation with a Bad Experience?

Divorce is difficult enough as it is, but child custody is often one of the most challenging aspects. Perhaps there’s nothing harder than welcoming your child back into your home only to hear that they had a bad experience during visitation with the other parent. How should you handle this …

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What is a Financial Statement and Why do I Need to Complete it?

Did you just learn that you’ll need to submit a financial statement before getting divorced in Maryland? Your financial statement gives important information to the court that you should know about first. Be prepared to complete it properly and understand how it can impact your situation. There are two main …

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