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Category: Family Law

Parental Alienation

Posted in Divorce,Family Law on December 12, 2019

Parental alienation is a process of estrangement where a parent manipulates a child to reject their other parent. The manipulating parent is referred to as the favored parent and the other is the rejected parent. An estranged child may fear, disrespect, or be hostile towards the rejected parent. In severe cases, an estranged child may… read more

COZI- A Family Organizer and Co-Parenting App

Posted in Blog,Divorce,Family Law on December 11, 2019

The Cozi app helps co-parents get organized. The application helps those parents who can communicate, but struggle with everyday organization and scheduling. Like OFW, Cozi offers a shared calendar. Cozi’s shared calendar allows you to have a separate calendar for each family member. These calendars can be viewed at the same time with color coding… read more

Programs to Help Co-Parents Communicate

Posted in Blog,Divorce,Family Law on October 1, 2019

Divorce can be one of the most, if not the most, difficult time in the lives of the people going through it but their families as a whole. A main reason why this time is difficult for so many people is due to the inability to communicate with their soon to be former spouse. However,… read more

Can a Prenuptial Agreement be Voided?

Posted in Divorce,Family Law on September 23, 2019

A prenuptial agreement may be an excellent way for couples to start out on the right foot in their marriage, being both in agreement regarding assets, expectations, and responsibilities. Nonetheless, when a prenuptial agreement is done incorrectly, all of the protections you have set in place can be undone. Although considered difficult to invalidate, here… read more

How Can I Protect My Inheritance From My Ex-Spouse?

Posted in Divorce,Family Law on September 16, 2019

The details of each divorce case can make all the difference when it comes to inheritance. Generally, the law protects an inheritance when spouses part ways, however, your financial behavior has the potential to make that difficult. If you are not careful, any commingling of the inherited assets with marital property can leave your inheritance… read more

What is The Difference Between Limited Divorce & Absolute Divorce?

Posted in Divorce,Family Law on August 22, 2019

Maryland couples have two options when filing for divorce, limited or absolute. The type of divorce a couple chooses depends on the particulars of their situation. An experienced divorce lawyer at Arn Family Law can discuss the options in further detail as they pertain to your case and go over which one may be the… read more