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  • By: Robert Greenberg, Esq.
  • Published: February 19, 2024

The term “discovery” refers to the process of gathering information which is relevant to your case. Discovery is a very important tool that allows each party to obtain information from the other party about facts and issues which are relevant to the case. There are many different types of discovery which a party may use to learn about the strengths – and potential weaknesses – in their case. In this article, we answer a few questions that people frequently ask about the discovery process during their divorce case. What types of “discovery” can I use to help my case? There are many different types of…Read More

  • By: Robert Greenberg, Esq.
  • Published: February 6, 2024

After Peace Order or Protective Order proceedings occur in Maryland, it is important to consider whether you can have these proceedings shielded or expunged from public view. While this process can be complex, there are a few basics that you should know before beginning. Here are some frequently asked questions that the Greenberg Legal Group often receives about shielding Peace and Protective Order cases in Maryland: What does “Shielding” the records mean? When someone has their Court records shielded, this means that the records are removed from the public view. For the physical copies of the records, shielding means that the records are moved to…Read More

Custody Filing Process in Maryland Overview - Greenberg Legal Group LLC.
  • By: Robert Greenberg, Esq.
  • Published: January 15, 2024

Before filing for custody in Maryland, it is important to understand the process of filing for custody and what it means to start a custody case. While contested custody cases can be complex, there are a few basics that you should know before starting the process. Here are some frequently asked questions that the Greenberg Legal Group often receives about filing for custody in Maryland: How Do I File For Custody In Maryland? You start the process of filing for custody in Maryland by filing a Complaint for Custody with the Circuit Court which has jurisdiction over your case. By filing a Complaint for Custody,…Read More

Filing for Divorce in Maryland - Greenberg Law Group
  • By: Robert Greenberg, Esq.
  • Published: December 27, 2023

Before filing for divorce in Maryland, it is important to understand the process of filing for divorce and what effects that will have on your life. While the divorce process can be complex, there are a few basics that you should know before starting the process. Here are some frequently asked questions that the Greenberg Legal Group often receives about filing for divorce in Maryland: How Do I Start The Process Of Filing For Divorce? You start the process of filing for divorce in Maryland by filing a Complaint for Absolute Divorce with the Circuit Court which has jurisdiction over your case. By filing a Complaint for Absolute…Read More

Determining Property in Divorce - Legal Insights by Robert Greenberg, Esq - Greenberg Legal Group LLC
  • By: Robert Greenberg, Esq.
  • Published: December 12, 2023

In the event of a divorce or annulment occurring, the Court will make determinations as to how marital and non-marital property will be disposed of under Maryland’s Marital Property Act. However, before making these decisions the Court must determine whether or not an interest is even “property,” because if it is not considered as such, it can not be marital property subject to the Court’s disposition. As the goal of the Marital Property Act is to provide an equitable division of property acquired during the marriage, it is important that all determinations of property are correctly made. The Supreme Court of Maryland broadly defines property…Read More

Robert A. Greenberg, Esq. Has Been Inducted Into The Prestigious Marquis Who's Who Biographical Registry
  • By: Robert Greenberg, Esq.
  • Published: November 22, 2023

Robert A. Greenberg has been inducted into Marquis Who's Who. As in all Marquis Who's Who biographical volumes, individuals profiled are selected on the basis of current reference value. Factors such as position, noteworthy accomplishments, visibility, and prominence in a field are all taken into account during the selection process. Mr. Greenberg is a founding partner of Greenberg Legal Group LLC through which he provides expert family law counsel and manages general civil litigation. The firm was launched in 2021 after he had accumulated critical experience across a variety of practices and contexts. He proudly served as a law clerk to the Honorable Vicki Ballou-Watts…Read More

Irreconcilable Differences as a Ground for Divorce in Maryland
  • By: Robert Greenberg, Esq.
  • Published: November 13, 2023

In order to file for divorce in Maryland, you need to have grounds for a divorce. The term “grounds for divorce” means that there must be a legally recognized basis for the Court to grant you a divorce. The grounds for divorce in Maryland are codified by statute in Md. Code Ann., Fam. Law § 7-103. As of October 1, 2023, some major changes went into effect concerning grounds for divorce in Maryland. Many of the old grounds for divorce – such as adultery, cruelty and excessively vicious conduct – were repealed. In their place, new grounds for divorce were added. One of the new…Read More

What Happens to the House During a Maryland Divorce?
  • By: Robert Greenberg, Esq.
  • Published: September 11, 2023

When a couple gets divorced, they must decide what will happen with all of the marital property that they acquired during the course of the marriage. The marital property which must be resolved oftentimes includes one or more pieces of real property, including the marital home where the couple resides. Deciding what to do with the marital home – one of the most valuable assets a couple can own – can be a very difficult question. There are several ways that couples going through a divorce can resolve ownership of their home. These solutions include: Selling the Marital Home – Sometimes, people simply prefer to…Read More

Robert Greenberg Selected As A Super Lawyers Rising Star For Sixth Consecutive Year
  • By: Robert Greenberg, Esq.
  • Published: August 23, 2023

Mr. Greenberg has been selected as a Super Lawyers Rising Star in Maryland for his family law practice. This marks the sixth consecutive year that Mr. Greenberg has been selected. According to Super Lawyers, only the top 2.5% of attorneys in Maryland are selected to the Rising Stars list. Mr. Greenberg would like to thank his colleagues, staff and most importantly, his clients for this honor. Greenberg Legal Group LLC enjoys the great privilege of serving clients in family law matters across the State of Maryland.Read More

Transferring a Protective Order Case from District Court to Circuit Court Lawyer, Annapolis City
  • By: Robert Greenberg, Esq.
  • Published: July 27, 2023

In family law matters, it is not uncommon for one party to file for a protective order against their spouse or co-parent. Of course, nobody should ever file for a protective order unless there is a true need for protection. However, when one party acts in an abusive manner towards their spouse, co-parent or child, it may be necessary to file for a protective order. We recently published an article on grounds for protective orders which can be found here. When there is an ongoing divorce or custody action, those cases are always heard in the Circuit Court for the county where one or both…Read More

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