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Sometimes, property division conflicts occur years after divorce

Once the bottom lines have all been signed and the dust has settled, most Maryland spouses believe that their divorce is over and they are free to move on with their lives. In reality, however, there are instances in which property division issues can continue to create problems, even years after the divorce has been made final. The following example is just one of many issues that can arise after both spouses have moved on and made headway in their individual lives.

YouTube videos lead one family to child custody woes

Many Maryland residents have firmly entrenched opinions about the online video sharing platform YouTube. While some find informative and educational content on the site, others feel that it offers little more than an opportunity to waste precious moments throughout any given day. For one family, YouTube has led to a serious child custody issue, one that could have long-ranging ramifications.

Can assets be sold during a high asset divorce?

When a wealthy couple decides to end their marriage, a great deal of focus goes into determining how to divide their accumulated assets. This is often a complicated matter, especially when a couple has many different sources of wealth. During a high asset divorce in Maryland, it is not uncommon for one or both spouses to wish to sell certain assets. Doing so, however, can complicate matters and should only be done under careful legal guidance.

Does lengthy divorce wait impact child custody issues?

For many Maryland parents, one of the most stressful aspects of a divorce is figuring out how to share the joys and responsibilities of parenting. It is not uncommon for spouses to spend the bulk of their negotiating time and effort on child custody matters. As multiple states wrangle with the issue of mandatory waiting periods for divorce, parents should consider how such restrictions might impact their own custody path.

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