Legal Steps to Take When Your Spouse Asks for a Divorce

October 14, 2022

If your spouse asks for a divorce, it can be easy to jump from sadness to lashing out. Divorce is an emotional process, but when it comes to making sure you are legally covered you’ll want to make sure you take certain steps to protect your assets and other critical details that may impact your…

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What to Do If Your Spouse Isn’t Cooperating During Divorce Proceedings

July 19, 2022

Deciding to split up when a marriage is no longer working is already a difficult decision to make. It can be even more challenging when one partner refuses to go through with your previous agreements. Below the attorneys at Rodier Family Law discuss the route to take if your spouse refuses to cooperate during divorce…

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What are the Differences between Mediation and Collaborative Divorce?

July 19, 2022

Making the decision to get a divorce can be one of the most difficult choices in your life. When obtaining a divorce you can go through the mediation process or a collaborative divorce. Below our experienced and knowledgeable divorce attorneys discuss the difference between mediation and collaborative divorce. Mediation Mediation is an alternative conflict resolution…

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Potential Complications When Dating During the Divorce Process

April 20, 2022

It’s not unusual for a separated spouse to reenter the dating scene before their divorce is officially finalized. People move on, it’s natural, but it’s also undeniable that the timing of a new relationship can impact one’s divorce process. If you are considering dating during the divorce process, it is essential that you consider the…

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Can I Avoid Court When Filing For Divorce?

April 20, 2022

Appearing in court can be a high-anxiety experience, especially during the divorce process. In Maryland, it is not required to spend the entire process in and out of court dates. Here at Rodier Family Law, our experienced and knowledgeable divorce attorneys discuss what can be done to avoid many trips to the courthouse during the…

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Overlooked Steps Involved in the Divorce Process You Need to Know About

March 9, 2022

Many couples going through a divorce are experiencing this process for the first time. Those who are new to the divorce process can overlook certain steps that are necessary for protecting assets and other critical details that may impact your future. It’s important that you don’t rush through a divorce because simple yet important  things…

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How to Talk to Your Children About Your Divorce

December 28, 2021

Divorce affects not only you and your ex-spouse, but your children as well. One of the best ways to help your children adjust to your divorce is to openly communicate with them. Below, the attorneys at Rodier Family Law discuss how to effectively speak to your children about your divorce and custody arrangements.   Take…

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How to Navigate the Holiday Season After Divorce

December 23, 2021

Holidays during the first year following a divorce can be difficult to navigate, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still have a joyful holiday season. Below, the attorneys at Rodier Family Law discuss approaches for adjusting to a new and different holiday season this year, especially if you are a parent.  Plan Ahead Coordinate with…

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Fault or No-Fault: How to Move Forward With Your Divorce Proceedings

November 1, 2021

In order to get divorced you have to first have a ground for divorce. When filing for divorce, you have the option of filing on fault based grounds or no-fault grounds.  Below, the experienced professionals at Rodier Family Law discuss fault vs. no-fault divorce.    No-Fault Grounds In the state of Maryland, an absolute divorce…

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How to Document Text Messages for Divorce Matters

August 26, 2021

Text messaging is a form of communication we use daily. Texting a partner, friend, family member or coworker is one of the easiest and most modern ways to relay a message. While our cellular devices have many positive uses, they can also be vessels for hateful slander and threatening text messages, especially in the hands…

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