Children and finances are two driving factors in a divorce. How will your children handle the idea of their parents separating and how will your bank accounts suffer? Finding a separate living space, especially one that can accommodate your children, during your divorce is difficult. It is difficult to imagine your children living somewhere other than their home.
As Memorial Day approaches, I am reminded of the sacrifices our Veterans have made so we, the people, can retain our freedoms. Many of these veterans require some form of long-term care; yet, very few are aware of the benefits that may be available to help them pay for that care.
If you are a Veteran or surviving spouse of a deceased Veteran and your income is not sufficient to cover your long-term care expenses, you may qualify for a benefit called Aid and Attendance through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (“VA”).
After families separate, parents must decide where their children will live, or custody, and what schedule the children will have with the other parent, or visitation. Some families can settle this among themselves while others require Court intervention. Often parents assume the Court will award custody to the mother however, that’s not necessarily the case. In this week’s #FamilyFriday article
Figuring out how to co-parent after a breakup, separation, or divorce is difficult. When parents don’t communicate well, that makes it even harder. On this week’s #FamilyFriday article, ERA Law Group, LLC want to help parents by identifying various resources available to help them Co-Parent.
Some parents find difficulty in communicating with one another. At times the communication is simple and other times
By: Jessica L. Estes, Esq.
If you read last week’s #TuesdayTips article, you learned how to protect your stuff in three easy steps: 1) know the rules; 2) know your predators; and 3) know your options. Easy, right? But, knowing is only half of the equation. Now, it is time to: Assess your needs; Create what is missing; and Tie in your plan. In other words, you must ACT!
On this week’s #FamilyFriday article, the attorneys of ERA Law Group, LLC want to bring to your attention some possible changes in Maryland Family Law! The 2018 Legislative Session began on January 10, 2018 and brings with it some possible changes to Maryland Family Law.
Divorce – Mutual Consent
As we’ve discussed in previous blogs