Switch to ADA Accessible Theme
Close Menu
Columbia Divorce Lawyer
Get Help With Your
Family Law Matters Today!
410-997-0203
A Family Law Firm That Puts Families First

Monthly Archives: October 2020

Mediation or a Hollywood Nightmare

By Weinberg & Schwartz, L.L.C. |

By now everyone has seen The War of the Roses, Kramer v. Kramer, or, most recently, Marriage Story.  It seems Hollywood likes to illustrate divorce as being highly adversarial, uncontrollably emotional, and exceedingly expensive.  The reality is that most couples are able to achieve a divorce from one another without those negative aspects, especially… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
adult-1807500_1280

Maryland Parenting Plans and What They Mean to Parents

By Weinberg & Schwartz, L.L.C. |

Parenting Plans are now a requirement for litigants going through the Maryland court system. A Parenting Plan is a written agreement between parents that sets forth their plan for raising their child(ren) in the child(ren)’s best interest.  The courts throughout the state now require parents to work on a Parenting Plan either with the… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
Pumpkin

10 Ideas For How To NOT Let Covid-19 Take The Fun Out of Halloween 2020

By Weinberg & Schwartz, L.L.C. |

Halloween is the absolute favorite holiday of most American children.  Unfortunately, many of our Halloween traditions do not lend themselves to Covid-19 safe practices.  The 10 Halloween activities below are listed from lower to higher risk in accordance with CDC Guidelines.   LOW RISK Pumpkin Carving and/or Painting Carve and/or paint pumpkins with members… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
RBG

The Notorious Ruth Bader Ginsburg

By Weinberg & Schwartz, L.L.C. |

Ruth Bader Ginsberg, affectionately known by her fans as “RBG”, was a pillar in the legal community for many reasons.  She was a bright student graduating high school at 15 years of age.  Ruth Bader Ginsberg was married after graduating Cornell and was employed by the Social Security Administration only to be demoted after… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn