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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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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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Summer Plans? Flexibility Counts after Divorce

As summer approaches, use strategic planning to help assure that tempers don’t rise along with the temperature. If you are divorced with minor children, making a summer of pleasant memories depends on several things: Parents: The single most important variable in how well your children enjoy any season is how well their parents get along—or […]

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Baltimore Child Custody Lawyers: Summer Vacations for Parents in Two States

When only one parent lives in Maryland, a co-parenting plan can become complicated quickly. However, when summer comes along, that co-parenting plan can become a real struggle if your family is not prepared ahead of time. Rather than discussing the details as they arise, there are some preparations your family can make today. Create a […]

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Baltimore Child Custody Lawyers: Selecting a Parenting Time Agreement Schedule

Going through a divorce is often a painful process that is full of stresses and challenges for everyone involved. One of the most important issues that needs to be immediately addressed when maneuvering through a divorce is the development of a parenting plan. Establishing clear child visitation schedules that are consistently followed is one of […]

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Baltimore Divorce Lawyer: Same-Sex Divorce Negates Woman’s Visitation Rights

State laws prevailing over same-sex divorces are deficient, which creates a significant disadvantage regarding child visitation rights for same-sex couples who had children before they were legally married. A decision by the Maryland appeals court has denied a lesbian woman visitation rights and custody of a child that was born of the woman’s former partner prior […]

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