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Dealing with a bitcoin account in divorce

When a couple in Maryland is getting a divorce, and one person has a bitcoin account, this could raise several issues. Bitcoin could be an asset that is relatively easy to conceal. In fact, some websites encourage using it for this very purpose. Another potential...

What to do about parental alienation

For some Maryland divorcees, parental alienation may happen gradually. This is a process in which a child is manipulated by one parent to turn against the other. At the start, an ex may badmouth the targeted parent and come up with excuses to delay or cancel child...

Divorce issues at the holidays

Individuals who are going through a divorce in Maryland and elsewhere around the country may find that the holidays are a time of heightened tension. This is often particularly true if the divorcing couple has children, but it can even be difficult for those who are...

Separating accounts and credit during divorce

For Maryland couples who are going through a divorce, one important step might be to close any joint accounts and open new individual ones. If spouses have accounts on which the other person is named as an authorized user, the user should be removed. These actions...

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