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Child Custody Decision Factors

Child Custody Lawyers One of the biggest issues parents may have when going through a divorce is how the breakup of the marriage will affect their relationship with their child. Even if the parents end up with equal parenting time, it will still mean less time spent with the child than when the couple were…

What is the Timeline for a Personal Injury Lawsuit?

Personal Injury Lawyer Injuring yourself on someone else’s property can be scary. If you are at home, you may know that there are certain areas in your house to avoid or you know that a light has gone out and it needs to be replaced. However, when you are on someone else’s property, you never…

How Do I Serve My Spouse with Divorce Papers?

How Do I Serve My Spouse with Divorce Papers? When a decision to divorce one’s spouse has been made, it can sometimes feel like cementing that decision very quickly is extremely important. Some individuals call their attorneys within hours of making the decision to divorce because they understandably feel that now that the decision has…

Asset Protection Trusts and Taxes

If you are planning your estate, you may have heard of something called a trust. Additionally, you may have heard of a special type of trust called an asset protection trust. It can be confusing to understand what these are and what they are useful for. You may be wondering if there are any tax…

Constitutional Rights and Your Criminal Case

Criminal Defense Lawyer The Constitution of the United States is considered a living document, meaning that it can change and morph to fit the current understandings of the institutions of government. However, as the document currently stands, all citizens are awarded certain rights and protections, which shall not be violated. Although, there are times, especially during…

The 3 Reasons You Might Want to Hire a Lawyer Before Your Arraignment

The 3 Reasons You Might Want to Hire a Lawyer Before Your Arraignment The arraignment is the portion of a criminal case when a defendant formally hears their charges and is allowed to plead guilty or not guilty. While the idea of saying “not guilty” to a judge seems simple enough, you should understand that arraignments can…

Divorcing a Spouse with a Criminal History

Family Attorney In general, it does not tend to matter to a family law court whether you or your spouse has a criminal history. Most divorce cases are filed in a no-fault capacity, which means that the conduct of spouses during their marriage and/or leading up to its termination does not usually affect the court’s…

In Which County Should I Handle My Speeding Ticket?

Criminal Defense Lawyers Hearing those sirens and seeing those lights behind you almost always gives you an uneasy feeling. You were speeding. Now what? If you are in another county besides the one you live in, you may wonder where you need to handle the ticket. Do you wish to fight it? Do you simply…

How to Show Your Best Self During a Child Custody Hearing

Family Law Lawyer Parents who are currently dealing with a turbulent child custody dispute, can rely on the experience of an attorney for counsel. If your dynamic with the other parent is hostile, then reaching an agreement through mediation is probably unlikely. So, what this means is you will have to prepare to the best…

3 Things You Should Know about Divorce and Child Support

Family Lawyer Rockville, MD When children are involved, divorce is especially tricky. Not only are you dividing up the property and assets, but you also have to divide up your time and financial support of your children. Divorcing parents’ custody battles can be emotionally difficult, but adding in a financial component makes them especially hard.…