Pets in Divorce – Who Gets Custody?

In the U.S., pet ownership is rising. As couples marry they may be faced with the prospect of divorce. What happens to the family pets when they split?
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Your First Consultation with a Divorce Attorney – What You Should Bring

Having specific information and documents with you at the initial consultation will allow you to spend productive time evaluating your position for alimony, child support, custody, and visitation.
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Family is Important!

Brown, Goldstein & Levy knows how important family is. When we represent you and your loved ones, we take the same care as we would for our own families.
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Good news for those with an upcoming divorce!

As of October 1, 2016, a corroborating witness is no longer needed to obtain a divorce in Maryland.
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Everything AND the Kitchen Sink?!?: The Top 3 Questions to Ask Yourself When Dividing Marital Assets

Couples often fall into the trap of trying to evenly quantify and distribute every piece of marital property or household item. But in this scenario, nobody wins. Find out how to achieve an efficient distribution where everyone can walk away satisfied.
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Finding The Right Divorce/Family Law Attorney In Times Of Need By Dana McKee and Brett Watson

By Dana McKee and Brett Watson Getting started is always the hardest step in any process, especially when that process involves resolving often intensely emotional disputes. Going through a divorce requires planning and communication. That is why it is important to find the right attorney to help you. Where do I find an attorney to
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