Intentional Dissipation Of Marital Assets

During a divorce or separation, it is not unheard of for one spouse to empty the couple’s bank accounts and use the money for their own purposes. If this happens, it is known in Maryland law as the intentional dissipation of marital assets, and you should talk to an attorney about it because it can…

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Is There A Maryland Alimony Calculator

Alimony, or spousal maintenance, can be one of the most challenging aspects of getting a divorce in Maryland. Whether you must pay alimony or want to receive it from your ex-spouse, you need a qualified attorney to help you. If you have questions about spousal maintenance in Maryland, contact our Rockville alimony lawyers at Shah…

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Best Interest Of The Child Checklist

During divorce proceedings, Maryland courts make child custody decisions based on the child’s best interests, but what does this mean? This article details what ‘best interests of the child’ means under the law, and if you have questions, our best interest attorney in Maryland at Shah & Kishore can help you. What Best Interests Of…

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Maryland Family Law Attorney Discusses Mediation

Divorce Mediation In Maryland Today I am here to talk about mediation. First I wanted to tell my audience what mediation is. Mediation is an intervention between conflicting parties to promote reconciliation, and a settlement or compromise. That’s what mediation is.    At Shah and Kishore I am the partner that deals with mediation. I’ve…

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What You Should Know About Alimony In Maryland

In Maryland, you can request alimony upon divorce if you do not have the financial means to support yourself. Alimony may be ordered if one party cannot continue their customary standard of living without the other party’s financial support. If you are considering divorce and want alimony, you should speak to a Montgomery County alimony…

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Why You Should Consider Mediation Before Litigating A Divorce

Divorce is highly emotional, stressful, and often expensive. While divorce will always involve emotional pain, mediation can help reduce the timeline and cost. Mediation also may lower your stress level, as many contentious divorce issues are resolved without litigation. Learn more in this article about why mediation should be attempted before going to divorce court….

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