If your divorce involves a high-net worth individual or business, you might need to hire an expert witness. These strangers’ opinions could have a dramatic impact on your case. How do you know if you need one? What should you expect if your spouse hires one?
When people in Maryland decide to divorce, they may think first about the changes to come in their family homes or to their personal relationships. However, there are also some technical changes that people may wish to make to protect their security and privacy after the end of a marriage. One of the first things that may be important to do is to change all of a person's major passwords. People who are married often share access not only to home accounts or online banking but even to email or messenger accounts.
As the tax filing deadline approaches, unmarried individuals with a minor child in Maryland must consider who can take the exemption for the child. The IRS has rules regarding who can claim the child, so without communication between the parents, one party risks having a return rejected.