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Written by Amar Weisman » August 28, 2015 » Family Law Many parents in Maryland and all across the United States struggle with obtaining child support payments in a timely fashion. When a noncustodial parent is ordered to make such payments on a monthly basis and those payments are late or never sent, the custodial parent may be tempted to retaliate by keeping the child away from the nonpaying parent or using some other form of "punishment," so to speak.
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Sterling Files for Divorce: Fight Continues Over Money Written by Amar Weisman » August 26, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » July 8, 2015 » Family Law
Lawmakers in Maryland and all throughout the country are starting to take a closer look at the concept of equal parenting, particularly with respect to giving fathers equal rights when it comes to spending time with their kids.
Continue Reading »
MD Woman Caught Speeding, Driving Drunk Written by Amar Weisman » June 29, 2015 » DUI/DWI
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Written by Amar Weisman » June 26, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » June 24, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » June 19, 2015 » Family Law
A Maryland court has decided to review a wife's request for certain pension benefits sought as part of her divorce settlement. Generally speaking, when couples file for divorce, they have a chance to draft a settlement agreement that discusses (and resolves) various issues arising from the marriage.
Continue Reading »
DWI Case for Ex-Ravens Running Back Postponed to July Written by Amar Weisman » June 17, 2015 » DUI/DWI
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Written by Amar Weisman » June 12, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » May 27, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » May 22, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » May 20, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » May 13, 2015 » Family Law
Many people living in Maryland have heard a great deal about free-range parenting in recent months. The issue was brought to the forefront after a couple in Silver Spring, Maryland was investigated by Child Protective Services (CPS) for child neglect. Why? Apparently, the parents allow their children, who are 6 and 10 years old, to walk by themselves to the park, which is about a mile away.
Continue Reading »
Better to Draft Your Prenuptial Agreement Sooner Rather Than Later Written by Amar Weisman » April 29, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » April 22, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » April 17, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » April 10, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » March 25, 2015 » Family Law
All too often, the only thing a divorcing couple is concerned with is getting as far away from each other as possible. However, your Baltimore and Towson divorce lawyer will advise you and other Maryland spouses to think seriously about protecting their assets prior to going through the divorce process.
Continue Reading »
Mom or Dad: Who Is Failing to Pay Child Support More Often? Written by Amar Weisman » March 20, 2015 » Family Law
In Maryland and all throughout the U.S., parents are dealing with issues related to unpaid child support. A recent story done by NPR discusses the issue, noting that the amount of unpaid child support each year reaches "well into the billions" of dollars.
Continue Reading »
Written by Amar Weisman » March 18, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » March 11, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » February 27, 2015 » Family Law
The laws with respect to same-sex marriages in Maryland have changed in recent years; however, there are still certain aspects of family law that differ between heterosexual and same-sex couples.
Continue Reading »
Custody and Visitation Restrictions in Maryland Written by Amar Weisman » February 25, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » February 18, 2015 » Family Law
If you obtain an absolute divorce in Maryland, the court may need to make an equitable distribution of any property the divorcing couple attained either together or, in some instances, separately while married.
Continue Reading »
The Interested Person: One's Role in the Adult Guardianship Process Written by Amar Weisman » February 13, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » January 26, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » January 22, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » January 15, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » December 26, 2014 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » December 19, 2014 » Family Law
Divorcing someone who suffers with mental health and/or addiction issues can be a special type of challenge. In fact, it may not be until after you marry an individual that he or she reveals several different personality traits, none of which are very pleasant to deal with. The spouse may not even realize that he or she has a problem, and when you attempt to point out the issues, an argument ensues.
Continue Reading »
Five Tips to Help Your Children Deal With Divorce Written by Amar Weisman » December 18, 2014 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » December 10, 2014 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » November 28, 2014 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » November 21, 2014 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » November 17, 2014 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » November 14, 2014 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » October 31, 2014 » Family Law
The thought has probably crossed the mind of anyone who has children: Who is going to raise my son or daughter if something happens to me and/or their father? That is why some people choose to select what are commonly known as "God-parents," so that the parents will know if the worst happens, someone has already been chosen to help care for their growing children.
Continue Reading »
Written by Amar Weisman » October 24, 2014 » Family Law Judge Allows Service of Legal Documents Via Facebook
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Written by Amar Weisman » October 20, 2014 » Family Law
Victims of domestic violence may be entitled to a protective order if they have been "abused," as defined by statute. Under Maryland law, abuse includes acts of assault; rape, attempted rape or some other sexual offense; stalking; false imprisonment, or any act that puts an individual either in fear of serious bodily injury or causes serious harm.
Continue Reading »
State Courts Can Divide Military Retired Pay Under The USFSPA Written by Amar Weisman » October 6, 2014 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » September 22, 2014 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » September 18, 2014 » Family Law
For many years, spouses were prohibited from suing each other in the state of Maryland.
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Written by Amar Weisman » September 15, 2014 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » September 10, 2014 » Family Law
Many people may not realize that kinship care arrangements are fast-growing types of households, not only in Maryland, but all across the U.S. In fact, a report from the U.S. Census shows that about 4.5 million children are a part of households that are headed by their grandparents, while an additional 1.5 million children live in homes that are headed by other relatives, such as aunts and uncles.
Continue Reading »
Divorce: What Is A Pendente Lite Hearing? Written by Amar Weisman » September 5, 2014 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » August 26, 2014 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » August 20, 2014 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » August 15, 2014 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » August 11, 2014 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » August 4, 2014 » Family Law
In the state of Maryland, any act of violence c


Baltimore & Towson Family & Divorce Lawyer Blog

www.towsonattorney.com [cached]

Written by Amar Weisman » September 9, 2015 » Family Law

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Written by Amar Weisman » August 31, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » August 28, 2015 » Family Law Many parents in Maryland and all across the United States struggle with obtaining child support payments in a timely fashion. When a noncustodial parent is ordered to make such payments on a monthly basis and those payments are late or never sent, the custodial parent may be tempted to retaliate by keeping the child away from the nonpaying parent or using some other form of "punishment," so to speak.
Continue Reading »
Sterling Files for Divorce: Fight Continues Over Money Written by Amar Weisman » August 26, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » August 21, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » August 19, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » August 14, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » July 29, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » July 24, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » July 22, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » July 17, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » July 15, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » July 8, 2015 » Family Law
Lawmakers in Maryland and all throughout the country are starting to take a closer look at the concept of equal parenting, particularly with respect to giving fathers equal rights when it comes to spending time with their kids.
Continue Reading »
MD Woman Caught Speeding, Driving Drunk Written by Amar Weisman » June 29, 2015 » DUI/DWI
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Written by Amar Weisman » June 26, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » June 24, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » June 19, 2015 » Family Law
A Maryland court has decided to review a wife's request for certain pension benefits sought as part of her divorce settlement. Generally speaking, when couples file for divorce, they have a chance to draft a settlement agreement that discusses (and resolves) various issues arising from the marriage.
Continue Reading »
DWI Case for Ex-Ravens Running Back Postponed to July Written by Amar Weisman » June 17, 2015 » DUI/DWI
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Written by Amar Weisman » June 12, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » May 27, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » May 22, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » May 20, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » May 13, 2015 » Family Law
Many people living in Maryland have heard a great deal about free-range parenting in recent months. The issue was brought to the forefront after a couple in Silver Spring, Maryland was investigated by Child Protective Services (CPS) for child neglect. Why? Apparently, the parents allow their children, who are 6 and 10 years old, to walk by themselves to the park, which is about a mile away.
Continue Reading »
Better to Draft Your Prenuptial Agreement Sooner Rather Than Later Written by Amar Weisman » April 29, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » April 22, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » April 17, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » April 10, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » March 25, 2015 » Family Law
All too often, the only thing a divorcing couple is concerned with is getting as far away from each other as possible. However, your Baltimore and Towson divorce lawyer will advise you and other Maryland spouses to think seriously about protecting their assets prior to going through the divorce process.
Continue Reading »
Mom or Dad: Who Is Failing to Pay Child Support More Often? Written by Amar Weisman » March 20, 2015 » Family Law
In Maryland and all throughout the U.S., parents are dealing with issues related to unpaid child support. A recent story done by NPR discusses the issue, noting that the amount of unpaid child support each year reaches "well into the billions" of dollars.
Continue Reading »
Written by Amar Weisman » March 18, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » March 11, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » February 27, 2015 » Family Law
The laws with respect to same-sex marriages in Maryland have changed in recent years; however, there are still certain aspects of family law that differ between heterosexual and same-sex couples.
Continue Reading »
Custody and Visitation Restrictions in Maryland Written by Amar Weisman » February 25, 2015 » Family Law
...
Written by Amar Weisman » February 18, 2015 » Family Law
If you obtain an absolute divorce in Maryland, the court may need to make an equitable distribution of any property the divorcing couple attained either together or, in some instances, separately while married.
Continue Reading »
The Interested Person: One's Role in the Adult Guardianship Process Written by Amar Weisman » February 13, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » January 26, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » January 22, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » January 15, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » December 26, 2014 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » December 19, 2014 » Family Law
Divorcing someone who suffers with mental health and/or addiction issues can be a special type of challenge. In fact, it may not be until after you marry an individual that he or she reveals several different personality traits, none of which are very pleasant to deal with. The spouse may not even realize that he or she has a problem, and when you attempt to point out the issues, an argument ensues.
Continue Reading »
Five Tips to Help Your Children Deal With Divorce Written by Amar Weisman » December 18, 2014 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » December 10, 2014 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » November 28, 2014 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » November 21, 2014 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » November 17, 2014 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » November 14, 2014 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » October 31, 2014 » Family Law
The thought has probably crossed the mind of anyone who has children: Who is going to raise my son or daughter if something happens to me and/or their father? That is why some people choose to select what are commonly known as "God-parents," so that the parents will know if the worst happens, someone has already been chosen to help care for their growing children.
Continue Reading »
Written by Amar Weisman » October 24, 2014 » Family Law Judge Allows Service of Legal Documents Via Facebook
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Written by Amar Weisman » October 20, 2014 » Family Law
Victims of domestic violence may be entitled to a protective order if they have been "abused," as defined by statute. Under Maryland law, abuse includes acts of assault; rape, attempted rape or some other sexual offense; stalking; false imprisonment, or any act that puts an individual either in fear of serious bodily injury or causes serious harm.
Continue Reading »
State Courts Can Divide Military Retired Pay Under The USFSPA Written by Amar Weisman » October 6, 2014 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » September 22, 2014 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » September 18, 2014 » Family Law
For many years, spouses were prohibited from suing each other in the state of Maryland.
...
Written by Amar Weisman » September 15, 2014 » Family Law
...
Written by Amar Weisman » September 10, 2014 » Family Law
Many people may not realize that kinship care arrangements are fast-growing types of households, not only in Maryland, but all across the U.S. In fact, a report from the U.S. Census shows that about 4.5 million children are a part of households that are headed by their grandparents, while an additional 1.5 million children live in homes that are headed by other relatives, such as aunts and uncles.
Continue Reading »
Divorce: What Is A Pendente Lite Hearing? Written by Amar Weisman » September 5, 2014 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » August 26, 2014 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » August 20, 2014 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » August 15, 2014 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » August 11, 2014 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » August 4, 2014 » Family Law
In the state of Maryland, any act of violence c


Written by Amar Weisman » ...

www.towsonattorney.com [cached]

Written by Amar Weisman » September 9, 2015 » Family Law

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Written by Amar Weisman » August 31, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » August 28, 2015 » Family Law Many parents in Maryland and all across the United States struggle with obtaining child support payments in a timely fashion. When a noncustodial parent is ordered to make such payments on a monthly basis and those payments are late or never sent, the custodial parent may be tempted to retaliate by keeping the child away from the nonpaying parent or using some other form of "punishment," so to speak.
Continue Reading »
Sterling Files for Divorce: Fight Continues Over Money Written by Amar Weisman » August 26, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » August 21, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » August 19, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » August 14, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » July 29, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » July 24, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » July 22, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » July 17, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » July 15, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » July 8, 2015 » Family Law
Lawmakers in Maryland and all throughout the country are starting to take a closer look at the concept of equal parenting, particularly with respect to giving fathers equal rights when it comes to spending time with their kids.
Continue Reading »
MD Woman Caught Speeding, Driving Drunk Written by Amar Weisman » June 29, 2015 » DUI/DWI
...
Written by Amar Weisman » June 26, 2015 » Family Law
...
Written by Amar Weisman » June 24, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » June 19, 2015 » Family Law
A Maryland court has decided to review a wife's request for certain pension benefits sought as part of her divorce settlement. Generally speaking, when couples file for divorce, they have a chance to draft a settlement agreement that discusses (and resolves) various issues arising from the marriage.
Continue Reading »
DWI Case for Ex-Ravens Running Back Postponed to July Written by Amar Weisman » June 17, 2015 » DUI/DWI
...
Written by Amar Weisman » June 12, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » May 27, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » May 22, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » May 20, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » May 13, 2015 » Family Law
Many people living in Maryland have heard a great deal about free-range parenting in recent months. The issue was brought to the forefront after a couple in Silver Spring, Maryland was investigated by Child Protective Services (CPS) for child neglect. Why? Apparently, the parents allow their children, who are 6 and 10 years old, to walk by themselves to the park, which is about a mile away.
Continue Reading »
Better to Draft Your Prenuptial Agreement Sooner Rather Than Later Written by Amar Weisman » April 29, 2015 » Family Law
...
Written by Amar Weisman » April 22, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » April 17, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » April 10, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » March 25, 2015 » Family Law
All too often, the only thing a divorcing couple is concerned with is getting as far away from each other as possible. However, your Baltimore and Towson divorce lawyer will advise you and other Maryland spouses to think seriously about protecting their assets prior to going through the divorce process.
Continue Reading »
Mom or Dad: Who Is Failing to Pay Child Support More Often? Written by Amar Weisman » March 20, 2015 » Family Law
In Maryland and all throughout the U.S., parents are dealing with issues related to unpaid child support. A recent story done by NPR discusses the issue, noting that the amount of unpaid child support each year reaches "well into the billions" of dollars.
Continue Reading »
Written by Amar Weisman » March 18, 2015 » Family Law
...
Written by Amar Weisman » March 11, 2015 » Family Law
...
Written by Amar Weisman » February 27, 2015 » Family Law
The laws with respect to same-sex marriages in Maryland have changed in recent years; however, there are still certain aspects of family law that differ between heterosexual and same-sex couples.
Continue Reading »
Custody and Visitation Restrictions in Maryland Written by Amar Weisman » February 25, 2015 » Family Law
...
Written by Amar Weisman » February 18, 2015 » Family Law
If you obtain an absolute divorce in Maryland, the court may need to make an equitable distribution of any property the divorcing couple attained either together or, in some instances, separately while married.
Continue Reading »
The Interested Person: One's Role in the Adult Guardianship Process Written by Amar Weisman » February 13, 2015 » Family Law
...
Written by Amar Weisman » January 26, 2015 » Family Law
...
Written by Amar Weisman » January 22, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » January 15, 2015 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » December 26, 2014 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » December 19, 2014 » Family Law
Divorcing someone who suffers with mental health and/or addiction issues can be a special type of challenge. In fact, it may not be until after you marry an individual that he or she reveals several different personality traits, none of which are very pleasant to deal with. The spouse may not even realize that he or she has a problem, and when you attempt to point out the issues, an argument ensues.
Continue Reading »
Five Tips to Help Your Children Deal With Divorce Written by Amar Weisman » December 18, 2014 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » December 10, 2014 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » November 28, 2014 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » November 21, 2014 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » November 17, 2014 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » November 14, 2014 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » October 31, 2014 » Family Law
The thought has probably crossed the mind of anyone who has children: Who is going to raise my son or daughter if something happens to me and/or their father? That is why some people choose to select what are commonly known as "God-parents," so that the parents will know if the worst happens, someone has already been chosen to help care for their growing children.
Continue Reading »
Written by Amar Weisman » October 24, 2014 » Family Law Judge Allows Service of Legal Documents Via Facebook
...
Written by Amar Weisman » October 20, 2014 » Family Law
Victims of domestic violence may be entitled to a protective order if they have been "abused," as defined by statute. Under Maryland law, abuse includes acts of assault; rape, attempted rape or some other sexual offense; stalking; false imprisonment, or any act that puts an individual either in fear of serious bodily injury or causes serious harm.
Continue Reading »
State Courts Can Divide Military Retired Pay Under The USFSPA Written by Amar Weisman » October 6, 2014 » Family Law
...
Written by Amar Weisman » September 22, 2014 » Family Law
...
Written by Amar Weisman » September 18, 2014 » Family Law
For many years, spouses were prohibited from suing each other in the state of Maryland.
...
Written by Amar Weisman » September 15, 2014 » Family Law
...
Written by Amar Weisman » September 10, 2014 » Family Law
Many people may not realize that kinship care arrangements are fast-growing types of households, not only in Maryland, but all across the U.S. In fact, a report from the U.S. Census shows that about 4.5 million children are a part of households that are headed by their grandparents, while an additional 1.5 million children live in homes that are headed by other relatives, such as aunts and uncles.
Continue Reading »
Divorce: What Is A Pendente Lite Hearing? Written by Amar Weisman » September 5, 2014 » Family Law
...
Written by Amar Weisman » August 26, 2014 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » August 20, 2014 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » August 15, 2014 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » August 11, 2014 » Family Law
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Written by Amar Weisman » August 4, 2014 » Family Law
In the state of Maryland, any act of violence c


Written by Amar Weisman » ...

www.towsonattorney.com [cached]

Written by Amar Weisman » October 24, 2014 » Judge Allows Service of Legal Documents Via Facebook

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Law Offices of Amar S. Weisman 305 Allegheny Ave.

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