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Family Law with Albers & Associates: Protect Your Family with a Separation Agreement

What is a Maryland Peace Order? An Overview

Guardianship in Maryland: An Overview

How to create a child support budget in Carroll County, Maryland?

Determining Child Custody in Carroll County Circuit Court

Maryland Spousal Privilege Second Degree Assault Cases

Remarrying After an Absolute Divorce in Maryland

Family Law with Albers & Associates: Protect Your Family with a Separation Agreement

Category: Maryland Family Law
September 7, 2021

Albers & Associates is your trusted family law attorney when it comes to separation agreements. While a “legal separation” is not recognized as a marital status in the state of Maryland, it can be incredibly beneficial for the protection of your family. A verbal agreement between you and your spouse isn’t enough, especially when you […]

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What is a Maryland Peace Order? An Overview

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense,Maryland Family Law
September 25, 2020

With the increase in domestic violence and other forms of unwanted aggressive behavior during the COVID-19 pandemic, it is fitting to discuss peace orders. In Maryland, these court actions encompass a variety of legal protections offered to individuals facing issues with another person, such as a stranger, a neighbor, or someone else. Depending on the […]

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Guardianship in Maryland: An Overview

Category: Maryland Family Law
June 17, 2020

Guardianship in Maryland involves a legal process where a court appoints a person to manage a minor’s personal affairs (non-financial decisions), financial affairs, or both.

In this article, we provide an introduction to key information related to guardianship, ranging from types of cases you may encounter and how it differs from the power of attorney. Additionally, we outline the process for obtaining legal guardianship in Maryland.

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How to create a child support budget in Carroll County, Maryland?

Category: Maryland Child Custody,Maryland Divorce,Maryland Family Law
March 31, 2016

Creating, and following, a child support budget is crucial in Carroll County, Maryland. Child support budget tips If you’re receiving child support, it’s important that you handle the money properly.  Here are some child support budget tips: Create a budget It goes without saying that the first step is to create and stick to a budget. […]

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Determining Child Custody in Carroll County Circuit Court

Category: Maryland Child Custody,Maryland Family Law
March 30, 2016

Navigating Carroll County child custody proceedings can be difficult.  Arming yourself with the right lingo can help you understand the process in the Carroll County Circuit Court. Legal Custody v. Physical Custody “Legal custody” refers to the authority to make decisions related to the minor child. This includes decisions related to the child’s education, religion, medical treatments, […]

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Maryland Spousal Privilege Second Degree Assault Cases

Category: Maryland Criminal Defense,Maryland Family Law
April 28, 2015

I represented a client that was charged with second degree assault.  The alleged victim was her husband.  My client’s husband was also charged with second degree assault and the alleged victim was my client. Neither, my client or her husband wanted to pursue their cases against one another.   The Assistant State’s Attorney and I agreed […]

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Remarrying After an Absolute Divorce in Maryland

Category: Maryland Divorce,Maryland Family Law
March 21, 2015

Are you remarrying after an absolute divorce? You did it.  You finally got divorced!  Even better, you’ve found the second love of your life and want to get married, again.  Congrats! How long should you wait before remarrying after an absolute divorce? When the court enters the judgment of absolute divorce you can remarry immediately. […]

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