Family Law Blogs

Frequently Asked Questions About Child Support in Baltimore

For two parents raising a child separately from one another, child support payments can provide additional financial assistance to the primary parent. While some individuals may feel court-ordered child support is unfair, it is a normal facet of life. If you are paying child support or might owe it in the future, it is vital […]

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Baltimore Divorce Lawyer: Navigating Child Custody for Thanksgiving

If you’re considering divorcing your spouse, you might be wondering how the holidays are shared when it comes to your children. Many parents want to spend Thanksgiving and Christmas with their children and can’t imagine a life where the holidays aren’t shared. Fortunately, there are options available when it comes to dividing your child custody. […]

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Legal Protection from Domestic Violence and Staying Safe During the Holidays

When it comes to legal protection from domestic violence during the holidays, you can rely on Albers & Associates as your trusted family attorney. If you’ve been on the receiving end of domestic violence, you may feel as though you’re constantly looking over your shoulders and worried about how to get the abuser removed from […]

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Frequently Asked Questions About Divorce in Maryland

Albers & Associates understands that divorce can be a challenging process full of legal complexities that may overwhelm our clients. That’s why our highly experienced attorneys can work with you to get the best possible resolution for your family. When navigating through the divorce process, you may find yourself with numerous questions pertaining to your […]

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Common Types of Family Law Cases

When it comes to the Maryland legal system, individuals will encounter various types of family law cases. While divorce is often the first thing that comes to mind, there are many others, ranging from property division to issues surrounding domestic and child abuse. Regardless of these specifics, most cases fall into one of three general […]

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