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Sep 21, 2016

Would People Vote for a Divorced President?

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Changing Attitudes About Divorce Could Affect Politics: Cultural norms pertaining to marriage and divorce have certainly shifted in the United States over the last several decades. But would the United States elect a President who has been divorced? The public has historically expected the leader of the free world to be beyond reproach, although that is seldom if ever the case.

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Jul 8, 2016

Maryland Child Support FAQs and Considerations

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Guidelines and Frequently Asked Questions for Maryland Child Support One of the most pressing issues at hand during a divorce and child custody case is child support, which is why it’s important to learn more about it. Here, we’ll provide a list of answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about child support in Maryland.

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Mar 9, 2016

5 Ways Hiring a Maryland Divorce Lawyer for Men Can Help Your Case

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At the Law Offices of Brandon Bernstein, we work with individuals across all backgrounds, and clients of all types. One area in which we’ve gained invaluable firsthand experience is in serving as a Maryland divorce lawyer for men. Learn more about how hiring an attorney with specific experience in aggressively protecting the rights of husbands and fathers can help your case.

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Mar 9, 2016

Pendente Lite Hearings & Relief for Family Law Issues

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What is a pendente lite hearing? In a divorce or custody case, either party may request a pendente lite hearing for pendente lite relief. Pendente lite means “pending the litigation”. Accordingly, pendente lite relief allows either party to request temporary custody, access, child support, alimony, and other temporarily relief between the time the case is filed and the time of your final trial.

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