If you are dealing with child custody issues, you may have some questions and concerns about what to expect, as well as what might take place in an effort to resolve the issues. That is why it is imperative for anyone with such concerns to work with a skilled Towson child custody lawyer who can help explain the process in a clear, easy-to-understand manner.
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By now, you have probably heard the news about Tesla’s newest automobile -- the “more affordable” Model 3. For Tesla founder and CEO Elon Musk, obtaining initial car deposits that totaled just about $8 billion within a 24-hour period was surely a “good day at the office.” However, what most people may not realize is that Musk is currently dealing with substantial financial issues in his divorce from his estranged wife, Talulah Riley.
For individuals who are going through a tumultuous divorce, making changes to a will or other estate plan documents may be one of the last things on their minds -- or on their to-do lists. Still, it is very important to update all of your documents because if you don’t, your assets could end up being distributed in a manner you did not expect or intend.
This year, Father’s Day is on June 19th. For those men who have children, the day is often filled with a number of fun-filled activities, as well as stacks of socks, ties and other gifts. However, for some men in the state of Maryland, a question of paternity may be looming over their heads as the day approaches. That said, any man who has questions or concerns about the paternity of a child in his life is encouraged to speak to a Towson paternity lawyer as soon as possible to gain a full understanding of your legal rights and options.
Dealing with family law-related issues can be difficult, as well as confusing. That is why we recommend working with a skilled Towson family attorney who will work hard to help you resolve your issues and obtain the best outcome possible. Whether you are dealing with a divorce or visitation issues, it is important for you to know and understand certain terms that are commonly used when dealing with family-related issues under the law.
Picture it: Your daughter runs out to the mailbox to see if the letter she’s been waiting for has arrived -- and today, she finally gets it. The college she was hoping to go to this fall has responded and has welcomed her with open arms. She’s excited, you’re excited -- but then it hits you. You’ve just gone through a divorce that has left you in a weakened financial position, yet you do not want your situation to hinder your child from being able to move forward with her education.
If you and/or your spouse acquired real property (whether it is in your name or not) during your marriage (including during separation) then it is probably Marital Property. If there is a mortgage, then the mortgage is probably a marital debt because it is connected to the acquisition of marital property (whether you are on the mortgage or not).
It’s that time of year again -- high school graduations are starting to take place in Maryland and elsewhere throughout the country. Some of the families attending graduations this year will be dealing with a variety of other family-related issues simultaneously, namely child custody issues.
Custody issues can be difficult to deal with when both parents work regular 9-to-5 jobs. However, the matter can be greatly complicated for parents who are members of the Armed Forces. For instance, after a divorce has been finalized, military parents not only have to concern themselves with decisions related to parenting plans and custody issues, but they must also consider the very real scenario that they might eventually be deployed to a totally different country.
If you are a parent going through a divorce, you may be having a difficult time trying to figure out where and when to have “the talk” with the children. Undoubtedly, you have probably had many sleepless nights in an effort to attempt to come up with the right words to say to explain the situation. You may not feel as though you are prepared at all for the conversation; however, a recent Huffington Post article shares some tips for parents to use based on the age of the child.