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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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How to Create a Parenting Plan for the 2021 School Year: 4 Things to Consider

School is almost back in session and that means cooperating with the other parent over school-related tasks. 2020 was a year like no other, but most schools are returning to education as usual this fall, so it’s time to revisit past parenting plans and to determine who is in charge …

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Vacationing with Your Children

Tips for Separated Parents & Vacation Time in Maryland If you have vacation time planned this summer and you’re ready to travel, make sure you consider these essential things. Summer plans with your children When taking a trip with your children, you must follow your court order. Your custody order …

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Are You Required to Pay Child Support after Your Child Turns 18?

As children near adulthood, it is important to understand when a child support commitment is at an end. The details of divorce include calculations and orders concerning the payment of child support for minor children. Because of the importance placed on financial and other contributions made by both parents, the …

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When Circumstances Change: Modifying Financial Support in Maryland

Child support and spousal support arrangements made at the time of divorce are subject to change during the years that the agreement is in effect. During the pandemic, many people and families have experienced dramatic changes in circumstances.  Lives and jobs were lost, work became scarce and economic recovery will …

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