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.
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…Read More
Divorce can be a complex and emotional process, especially when your finances are split. In this article, the experienced attorneys at Rodier Family Law discuss six things you need to know about financial settlements after divorce. Many People Run Through Their Settlement Money Quickly Many divorcing people burn through their settlement money rapidly. It…Read More
Divorce can be difficult and stressful, especially when thinking about child support and spousal support. After a divorce is finalized, many people wonder if it is possible to modify child support and spousal support. In this article, the experienced attorneys at Rodier Family Law explore when this change is possible and how to make the…Read More
Divorce can be a complex and emotional process, especially when children are involved. In this article, the experienced attorneys at Rodier Family Law discuss six ways to make divorce easier for your children. Be honest Breaking the news to your kids is just as difficult for them to hear as it is for you…Read More
Sam Rodier and Kristen Barrett Become Fellows of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers Harford County Attorneys Achieve Distinction in Family Law November 2022 In a remarkable achievement, Sam Rodier and Kristen M. Barrett, prominent attorneys based in Harford County, were honored as Fellows of the esteemed American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) in November…Read More
Divorce is an emotionally challenging and complex process that affects various aspects of a person’s life, including financial security. When considering the implications of divorce, it is crucial to understand the potential impact on Social Security benefits. Social Security is vital in providing financial support to retired, disabled, and surviving individuals. In this article, the…Read More
Divorce is a significant life event that requires careful planning and consideration. It’s essential to approach the process with a clear mindset and avoid common mistakes that can have long-lasting consequences. In this blog post, Rodier Family Law highlights six ways to properly plan for a divorce. Prepare Properly Proper preparation is key to…Read More
Child support is a crucial aspect of ensuring the financial well-being of children after a divorce or separation. It is designed to provide financial assistance to the custodial parent to cover various expenses related to the child’s upbringing. In this article, we will explore the types of expenses typically covered by child support, shedding light…Read More
Divorce or separation can be an emotionally challenging process, especially when children are involved. As parents, it is crucial to prioritize their well-being and establish an access schedule that supports their healthy development. Selecting the right access schedule requires careful consideration and collaboration to ensure that both parents maintain meaningful relationships with their children. In…Read More
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