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Cardi B and Offset Reconcile (again!): What does Reconciliation mean?

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

Rappers Cardi B and Offset (one member of the rap trio “Migos”) have publicly reconciled (again) after Cardi B filed for divorce in September 2020. The couple has been married for three years, by way of a private marriage ceremony in September 2017. They have a two year old daughter together, Kulture. Cardi B… Read More »

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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 »

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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 »

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Dr. Dre’s Wife Requests $2M in Alimony Per Month

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

Dr. Dre’s divorce case in California* is presenting many family law legal issues on a scale not often seen. According to TMZ, Dr. Dre’s wife, Nicole Young, wants $1,936,399 to cover her monthly expenses. Here’s the breakdown — Laundry and cleaning $10,000 a month — Clothes $135,000 a month — Education (tuition and living… Read More »

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