Category: Family Law

Intersection between Immigration Law and Family Law in Maryland

Intersection between Immigration Law and Family Law in Maryland Immigration law and family law would usually intersect in different ways and family lawyers are beginning to realize the several points of intersection and are subsequently making this clear to their clients. This was also made mandatory at the 2010 Padilla vs Kentucky Supreme Court case [..]

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10 top things to look for in a daycare

10 top things to look for in a daycare A daycare is usually described as a lifesaver especially for parents with busy schedules. It is however worth noting that daycares can be just as dangerous and in order to avoid the dangers that come with using the wrong daycare, the following things should be looked [..]

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Can I be evicted

Can my father in law evict me from my marital home? Or is my husband just trying to shake me up? Practice area: Divorce Division of Property Divorce Domestic Violence Family Law Marital Assets No Contact Order I have a protective order against my husband. The home has been awarded to my 2 kids and [..]

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What is Discovery in a Divorce Case

  What is Discovery in a Divorce Case For a divorce to be effectively accomplished, gathering vital information is very necessary for both parties because during divorce either one or both parties hold bitterness towards each other, leading to the withheld of information. Well, the information can be collected with the help of what is [..]

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What is a Step Parent Adoption?

  What is a Step Parent Adoption? Adoption isn’t only for a child given birth to by a young mother or a child adoption agency. Kids can be adopted within a family. This kind of adoption is refer to as a step parent adoption and may typically happen for some reasons. If the parent remarries, [..]

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How Is Marital Property Valued

How Is Marital Property Valued Marital property is every property that you or your spouse obtained during the marriage, including most of the property that your spouse or you obtained separately during the marriage. Marital property normally consists of things such as you and your spouse’s houses, cars, businesses, bank accounts, appliances, furniture, stocks, costume [..]

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