What will happen to my retirement in divorce?

The average American works for more than 40 years, earning money and organizing their savings, so they can have a comfortable retirement. In many cases, retirement savings are in one spouse’s name, and they begin accumulating savings years before they get married....

What happens to a joint account in divorce?

In the event of a divorce, spouses know that they will have to split up the property they share. This is often a point of stress for many individuals. They worry about what will happen to their home, their business as well as the savings they have accrued throughout...

Maryland law now requires parenting plans

A parenting plan is different from a child custody agreement between unmarried or divorcing parents. It is not merely an agreement, but also a guide. It allows parents who share custody to establish rules and strategies for how they will work together to raise their...