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Baltimore Divorce Attorney Awarded 2020 Super Lawyer Rating

Allyson B. Goldscher has been named a “Rising Star” by Super Lawyers for the seventh year in a row. Every year, the national attorney rating service Super Lawyers determines the best attorneys in the country by conducting rigorous evaluations in over 70 different practice areas. To create their lists of top lawyers, a variety of […]

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Understand these Points before Choosing a Divorce Attorney

If you are thinking of divorce, or already planning on it, you have options before you and decisions to make.  One of those first important decisions is about getting good legal guidance.  After that decision is made, you can relax knowing you have important legal support for the days ahead.  So how do you choose […]

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Does Divorce Impact Your Career?

Divorce turns your personal and professional life upside-down.  What kind of impact can you expect on your career? Divorce almost always has a disruptive influence on your professional life.   During and after divorce, moms and dads around the world watch as their lives change in ways they did not expect.  If you do not have […]

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Money Matters—The Impact of Financial Infidelity on Marital Stability

Love is priceless, but money goes a long way to keeping a marriage stable.  For relationships on rocky footing, financial betrayal can mean the difference between divorce and giving it another try. Everyone knows infidelity often puts couples on the fast-track to divorce.  But what is financial infidelity? As the name implies, financial infidelity occurs […]

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Twenty Ways You Can Make the School Year Better for your Child 

For kids, few words are as disheartening as “back to school”. Those three syllables signal the end of summer days and the ushering in of early mornings on the bus, nagging teachers, and homework. Combine the dread of going back to school with the emotional stress of a recent divorce, and you have the perfect […]

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Newly Divorced? Tips to Help Your Child Transition Smoothly Back to School

Few events are as difficult as divorce. Whether your marriage ended abruptly because of infidelity, or over the course of several years because of incompatibility, you need to focus on the future and raising your child to be happy and healthy. Since divorce is emotionally traumatic, it is common for children to have difficulty adjusting […]

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As Much as Things Change…Maintaining Stability for Children after Divorce

For any family, divorce means a period of instability.  For children, returning to a more stable landscape is important after divorce. After the divorce is final, even the best prepared parents find themselves facing personal and professional questions.  Should we stay in the same house, and neighborhood?  Shall we create a fresh start elsewhere?  Should […]

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Time for a Change–How Millennials Approach Marriage

Unlike their parents, Millennials are getting married later and maybe even staying married longer.  Why? Millennials are a demographic group with members generally considered to have been born between 1981 and 1996, with spillover to births in 2000.  The women and men of this cohort have brought significant change to the labor market and economy […]

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Summer is a Great Time to Get a Jump on Back-to-School Planning

As the school year ends, it is a great time to get a jump on good planning for the upcoming school year. While you are ready to stow the backpacks for the summer, now is the time to think about what worked and what may not have worked so well during this school year.  The […]

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New Study finds Texting Helps Ease Transition for Kids of Divorce

Despite the concern about teens and excessive screen time, a new study finds that social media bolsters parent-child relationships after divorce. A study from Kansas State University published in the Journal of Family Issues explored the resiliency of children between ages ten and 18 whose parents were divorced.  The study reflects data from 392 divorced […]

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