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Contact

(410) 803-1839
rodierfamilylaw@gmail.com

Practice Areas

Divorce, Separation, Child Custody, and Child Support

Krystle Acevedo Howard, Esq.

Education

  •  East Carolina University, 2006

    · B.S. Health Information Management

    · B.S. Health Services Management

Law School

  • North Carolina Central University, J.D., 2013

Admitted

  • Maryland 2014

Member

  • Maryland State Bar Association

  • Harford County Bar Association

  • Women’s Bar Association of Maryland

  • Harford County WBA

  •  Harford County Bar Foundation

Biography

  • Court Appointed Attorney, District Court of Maryland (Baltimore City) (2015-Present)

  • Alpha Phi Omega Service Fraternity

  • Super Lawyers Rising Star (2018)

  • Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity

  • Phi Delta Phi International Legal Fraternity

  • Harford County Bar Association

  • Member, CLE Committee (2017)

  • Chair, Sponsorship Committee (2017)

  • Member, Young Lawyers Committee (2016)

  • Member, Executive Council (2017)

  • Co-Chair, Spring Gala Committee (2017 & 2018)

  • Harford County Bar Foundation, Secretary (2017)

  • Harford County Women’s Bar Association, Board Member (2017)

COVID-19 and Its Potential Impact on Divorce and Child Custody

December 1, 2020

Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic in March 2020, families across the country have had to learn to adapt to a new normal. Virtual learning for our children in lieu of physical school, work-from-home initiatives becoming standard in a variety of industries, and more time spent in close proximity to our families in our…

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How to Gain Full Custody Of Your Children If You Are Leaving an Abusive Relationship

October 31, 2020

As a parent, your children are your entire world. Ensuring that they remain safe, healthy and secure is truly what matters most.  While it is one thing for you and your ex-spouse to not be able to co-parent effectively, if your children are in danger or have been previously impacted by an abusive parent, you…

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Protecting Your Assets Without a Prenup: Here is What You Should Know

October 25, 2020

When a married couple decides to part ways, more than just their relationship is often divided. From joint bank accounts and loans, to shared property and assets, many couples may find themselves struggling to effectively divide their assets in the midst of a divorce, especially if it is not an amicable one. That is why…

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The Link Between Social Media and Divorce

October 8, 2020

Social media is ever-present in today’s culture, and while it can be entertaining, it can also play a significant role in unhealthy relationships and marriages. In recent years, social media has begun to play a role in many divorce cases, from proof of infidelity through text messages or social media, to domestic violence and emotional…

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What Happens to Your Digital Assets After Death?

September 22, 2020

When you pass away, it is likely that you have established a comprehensive estate plan delegating your assets to the respective beneficiaries. At least, it is heavily recommended that you create one! While ensuring our physical assets are accounted for is typically more straightforward, have you considered what happens to your digital assets after death? …

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Talking to Your Children About Divorce

September 14, 2020

When it comes to divorce, your entire family is impacted. While you and your ex-spouse may feel the brunt of the emotional pain, children are also affected by these changes and their normal day-to-day experiences can be quite altered. That is why speaking to your children appropriately about divorce and making an effort to co-parent…

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Estate Planning & Pets: Making Sure Your Pets Are Cared For

September 1, 2020

For many individuals, their pets have a huge place in their hearts and it can be all too easy to worry about what will happen to them if you should pass. Thankfully, there are many ways that you can include your pet in your estate plan to ensure their security and care, no matter what.…

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Money Matters You Should Not Overlook During Divorce

August 20, 2020

The process of divorce can bring financial issues or discrepancies that may exist between you and your partner to the forefront. Remaining proactive in the financial planning process is vital to achieving a smooth divorce process, fully understanding your financial needs and benefitting from settlement negotiations. Here, the Harford County divorce attorneys at Rodier Family…

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An Overview of the Different Types of Joint Custody in Maryland

July 31, 2020

In Maryland there are two types of custody that are important for parents to determine regarding their children when the parents do not live together. There is joint legal custody and shared physical custody, and it is important to know the difference between them if you desire to share the custody of your children with…

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