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October 2019 Archives

Troubles with your marital finances come out during divorce

If you and your spouse fight about money, you may find little comfort in knowing you are not alone. About one-third of all adult couples have serious disputes about their finances. Even those with substantial wealth may have a difficult time dealing with their family's financial issues. This is because those problems seldom crop up after you take your vows. You may not even realize it, but you and your spouse may have brought your problems into the marriage with you.

Failure to maintain communication can result in military divorce

Life in the military involves hard work. When family relationships are added to the mix the challenge of maintaining a strong relationship with loved ones can seem overwhelming. Overseas deployments can mean a long separation for families from Maryland who have loved serving in the armed forces. If the stress and strain of lengthy separations are not addressed, the outcome can lead to a military divorce.

Medical malpractice can result in tragic outcome

Urgent care facilities in Maryland have been hailed as a benefit to the health care system as they can typically handle non-critical cases more quickly than an emergency room. If a patient is too ill to be treated at the urgent care facility, he or she is typically referred to the nearest hospital. In one case in another state, this referral was not made, and the result was a medical malpractice lawsuit against the facility.

Temporary order can assist in child custody cases

Couples in Maryland meet, fall in love, get married and begin families with the intention of raising their family and growing old together. In some instances that is reality but in others the ideal beginning ends in divorce. When children are involved the issue of child custody can be a very difficult one.

Is your spouse acting suspiciously about finances?

Maryland residents like you who are getting a divorce will need to keep an eye on your finances, especially if you have a high number of assets. This is because a spouse may be tricking you in order to hide assets so they don't have to give you an equal share.

Maryland woman's medical malpractice verdict "largest in history"

Reports indicate that a recent medical malpractice award considerably outstrips what a Maryland woman initially sought for a 2014 birth injury that allegedly caused her daughter to develop a debilitating chronic condition. Reduced from $229 million by a state malpractice cap, the $205 million judgment is nevertheless the largest in U.S. history, according to attorneys. The court approved the award in July, and a judge in Baltimore recently upheld it. 

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