domestic violence

Defining Abuse

By Evan Koslow / October 27, 2016

You may be wondering whether you can count on the family law court to help you if you have suffered non-physical abuse. Family courts agree that exposure to abuse – both physical and verbal can be harmful for children. Such exposure includes hearing a violent event, witnessing the abuse of a parent or sibling, intervening,…

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The Two Types of Divorce

By Evan Koslow / September 13, 2016

Divorce in Maryland can be divided into two categories: absolute divorce or a limited divorce. An absolute divorce resolves all issues related to your separation and allows the parties to remarry after the Judgment of Absolute Divorce is entered with the clerk’s office at the Circuit Court in the county where the divorce action was filed.…

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Domestic Violence in LGBT Relationships

By Evan Koslow / August 29, 2016

Here’s the problem: Domestic abuse among LGBT couples can often be hard to spot for several reasons: for some people, if the relationship is a secret, it can make finding help even harder. How do you tell your family or friends you are living in fear of your partner if no one knows you’re gay?…

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