If you are facing a family law issue including, but not limited to, divorce, custody or child support, or an estate planning issue, please do not hesitate to contact us in order to schedule your initial consultation. Rodier Family Law, located in Bel Air, Md., consists of divorce and family law attorneys.
Divorce and separation are difficult experiences for any family, even when the decision to part ways is civil. Whether you and your spouse have decided to part ways after one year or 50 years together, the need for legal representation never subsides.
Issues pertaining to children involved with a separation or divorce, such as custody, visitation and child support, are often comprised of complicated and emotional processes, even when each partner is fully cooperative.
It is important to guarantee that your property will be handled in accordance with your wishes after your death. Having an attorney assist you in the preparation of your estate planning documents is key to ensuring that your health and property are handled as you desire.
While there are alternative options available that couples can consider when ending their marriage, a litigated divorce is one way to ensure your individual situation is properly assessed by experienced divorce attorneys. By choosing divorce over alternative avenues such as mediation, your attorney can assist you in pursuing what is legally yours as a result…Read More
Divorce is a stressful and difficult situation for all individuals involved, both parents and children. However, if you are going through a divorce and you have adopted children, it is important to understand that this life event may have a heightened impact on your children due to their life experiences. Adopted children may have a…Read More
There is a strong legal presumption in favor of biological parents paying child support for the care and well-being of their children, regardless of their marital status at the time of the child’s conception or birth. However, there are some unique considerations unmarried parents should keep in mind when petitioning for or disputing child support.…Read More
While much of the typical estate plan accounts for the distribution of your assets after your death, estate planning can also account for the distribution of assets while you are still alive. “Giving while living” is an estate planning tool that individuals should carefully consider with the help of an estate planning attorney. Here, the…Read More
If you have been divorced and currently collect or pay alimony and are planning to remarry, you may be wondering how alimony is going to be impacted by your new relationship status. Here, the divorce and family law attorneys at Rodier Family Law explain ways in which your alimony payments may change if you get…Read More
Even after your divorce is finalized, you may still have to communicate with your former spouse, especially if children are involved. Here, the Maryland divorce attorneys at Rodier Family Law offer tips to setting boundaries after divorce that are necessary in maintaining a cordial relationship with your ex. Create a Healthy Environment After a married…Read More
While no one wants to think about the possibility of a family disaster occurring, it is always recommended to prepare for childcare and leaving an inheritance in case of an emergency. Here, the Maryland family law attorneys at Rodier Family Law discuss why you should consider leaving an inheritance to your children and how to…Read More
It is not uncommon for an individual to leave a portion of their assets to a charity that is meaningful to them. There are a variety of benefits to donating an endowment or legacy gift to a charity or nonprofit organization, and if you are interested in leaving an asset of your own to a…Read More
Even after death, most personal debts you have do not disappear, and the burden can fall on your estate and affect the gifts that you intend to leave your loved ones. Here, the will and estate planning attorneys at Rodier Family Law detail how your debts could impact your estate planning and what you can…Read More
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