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(410) 803-1839
sue@rodierfamilylaw.com

Sue Plefka

Education

  • Bishop McDevitt High School, Wyncote, PA

About Sue

  • Sue has been with Rodier Family Law for nine years and is the main point of contact for Sam Rodier. Outside of work Sue enjoys the outdoors, hiking, and spending time with family and her dogs.  Please do not hesitate to call Sue at the office with any questions or concerns.

Navigating Custody Decisions: Joint vs. Sole Custody for Your Family

February 22, 2024

Are you facing the challenging terrain of custody decision-making amidst a divorce or separation? At Rodier Family Law, we understand the complexities of these decisions and strive to guide families through the process with clarity and compassion. s unique circumstances. In this blog, we explore the nuances of joint and sole custody, shedding light on…

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Estate Planning for Blended Families: Special Considerations

February 13, 2024

Blended families are becoming more common nowadays, adding layers of complexity to family life. To keep things fair and secure, it’s crucial to plan your estate carefully. While blending families is all about love, it also means we need to think ahead and plan for any tricky situations that might pop up later on. Below,…

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The Benefits of a Prenuptial Agreement in Maryland

January 26, 2024

In the realm of family law, prenuptial agreements have emerged as powerful tools that go beyond the stereotypes often associated with them. For couples in Maryland, considering a prenuptial agreement is not a sign of mistrust, but rather a proactive step towards financial security and mutual understanding. Here, Rodier Family Law attorneys discuss the benefits…

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Starting the New Year Fresh: Resolutions for Healthy Co-Parenting After Divorce

January 15, 2024

As we head into a new year, it’s the perfect time to reflect on the past and set intentions for a brighter future. For divorced parents, navigating co-parenting dynamics can be challenging, but it’s crucial to prioritize the well-being of your children. In this blog post, the experienced attorneys at Rodier Family Law explore resolutions…

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The Best Interests of the Child: How Courts Decide Custody

December 21, 2023

In family law, when it comes to determining custody arrangements during separation or divorce, courts prioritize the best interests of the child above all else. Understanding how this crucial principle shapes custody decisions is fundamental for parents navigating these challenging circumstances. Below, the experienced child custody attorneys at Rodier Family Law discuss how child custody…

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Maryland’s Will Formalities: Ensuring the Validity of Your Will

December 1, 2023

Drafting a will is a pivotal step in securing your legacy and ensuring your wishes are honored after your passing. However, in Maryland, as in many other states, there are specific formalities that must be adhered to for a will to be legally valid. At Rodier Family Law, we understand the importance of navigating these…

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Child Custody and the Holiday Season: Coordinating Celebrations

December 1, 2023

The holiday season is usually a time of joy and celebration, but for families navigating child custody arrangements, it can also bring unique challenges. Balancing festive traditions and time spent with loved ones becomes even more intricate when parents are no longer together. At Rodier Family Law, we understand the importance of maintaining meaningful holiday…

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Should You Contest Your Divorce? A Divorce Lawyer Answers

October 17, 2023

Divorce can be a complex and emotional process. When years of commingled lives end in disagreement it can be difficult to reach a settlement with your spouse that suits everyone’s needs. In this article, the experienced attorneys at Rodier Family Law discuss four reasons why you should contest your divorce. What is a Contested Divorce?…

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Four Tips for Hiring an Attorney During Divorce Mediation

September 22, 2023

Divorce can be a complex and emotional process, especially when hiring an attorney. In this article, the experienced attorneys at Rodier Family Law discuss four tips for hiring an attorney during divorce mediation.    What is Divorce Mediation? Divorce mediation is an out-of-court process in which each spouse meets with a mediator to determine issues…

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