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Newly Separated? Tips for Making the Holiday Special for Children

The holidays can be stressful for anyone.  For those who are newly separated, there are steps you can take to minimize the stress, and help your children create happy holiday memories. Focused on divorce matters in Baltimore, our law firm frequently works with families to create workable parenting, holiday, and other types of visitation schedules.  […]

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Tips for Protecting Your Credit Rating During Divorce

A clean credit record is important anytime.  After divorce, a good credit rating can help you secure needed financing for a new home, or improve your background check on a new job.  Learn how to protect your credit score and avoid common pitfalls that can lower your rating and impact the next chapter of your […]

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Live to Work? Some Professions are at Higher (and Lower) Risk for Divorce

Live to Work?  Some Professions are at Higher (and Lower) Risk for Divorce       Crunching data is sometimes a great way to see the bigger picture about an issue or trend.  One researcher who was curious about divorce rates did just that. Nathan Yau is a statistician who works for a company that uses data to […]

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A Calm in the Storm—Making Quality Time with a Meal

Making and enjoying meals with other people is tried-and-true human social behavior.  In good times and not-so-good times, meals bring people together to share a moment and nurture the body. Today, challenges like divorce and busy schedules make quality time even more important—and hard to come by.  The answer for you and your children could […]

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Tax Law Overhaul:  This Could be a Good Year to Get Divorced

According to recent changes in federal tax law, 2018 may be a big year for divorce in the United States. The recent revision of the tax code impacts couples who go through divorce.  Because marriage is a legal contract, it takes the legal action of a divorce to undo a marriage.  Part of that legal […]

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Back to School! Four Top Tips for Successful Co-parenting

From kindergarten to high school, children across the country are heading back to school.  Along with new clothes and school supplies, children need parents with a shared commitment to help them reach their potential throughout the school year.  Take a moment to consider the ways you can make life easier for your child through positive […]

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Divorce Mediation…What’s in it for you (and your family)?

Couples who can use divorce mediation to work through divorce issues can save time, money, and create more satisfying agreements on the issues at hand. For the right kind of couple, divorce mediation can become the high-road to a happy family and a bright future.  Here are the basics of divorce mediation: A neutral mediator […]

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Divorce as a Lifestyle:  High-Conflict Divorce and Tips to Survive it

Not too many people have anything nice to say about divorce.  While departing spouses are rarely at their best during divorce, they can be forgiven for struggling through the often difficult transition that is divorce.  For victims of high-conflict divorce though, the relatively normal “bad divorce” is merely a walk in the park. Potentially 10 […]

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A Reason for Low-Conflict Divorce:  Brain Research Points to Danger of Childhood Stress

Science has confirmed stress has a negative impact on the physiological development of young children.  If you needed a reason to reduce the level of conflict in your home before, during, or after divorce, a recent study provides a good bottom line. For the last 20 years, scientists at Radboud University in the Netherlands have […]

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Divorce Mediation—Is it for You?

Mediation offers a great opportunity for couples who want to work through their divorce issues with a minimum of expense and time.  But that does not mean that mediation is for everyone. The use of alternative dispute resolution methods like mediation, negotiation, and arbitration in commercial settings set the stage for the use of lower-conflict […]

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