Monthly Archives: July 2014

Yale Trained Lawyer Gets Alimony – Judge Rules That She is Not Required to Work

In the recent case of Reynolds v. Reynolds, the Maryland Court of Special Appeals denied a husband’s request to overturn a trial judge’s ruling that failed to credit $30,000 to $40,000 in income to his wife for purposes of calculating … Continue reading

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Lengthy Visitation Within Six Months Does Not Impact Which State Is Granted Custody Jurisdiction

When parents live far apart, in different states, it is often critical which state’s court has jurisdiction over a disputed custody case. The state that has jurisdiction will have the dispute heard in the courts located in that state. Thus, … Continue reading

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