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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

The “Best Interests Of The Child” Standard In Child Support Cases
  • By: Robert Greenberg, Esq.
  • Published: July 26, 2023

The Maryland Rules of Civil Procedure allow parties to conduct discovery (i.e., Interrogatories and Requests for Production of Documents) as a means of gathering relevant information from other parties to the case. Discovery is an essential component of most cases and gives the parties an opportunity to obtain written responses, documents and other information ahead of trial. If a party fails to provide full and complete discovery responses in a timely fashion, the Maryland Rules allow the party propounding discovery to file a motion with the Court seeking to compel the requested discovery responses. Oftentimes, a motion to compel discovery responses is accompanied by a…Read More

Child Support – Three Common Questions
  • By: Robert Greenberg, Esq.
  • Published: July 11, 2023

For all parents, whether separated or not, making sure that their children are financially supported is a top priority. When parents separate and no longer live together, they must address the issues of where the children will live and how they will be financially supported. The term “child support” refers to the financial support provided by one parent to another for their children in common when those two parents are no longer together. This article addresses three common questions that we are frequently asked about child support in Maryland. How is child support calculated in Maryland? In Maryland, child support is calculated according to the…Read More

What Is A Prenuptial Agreement?
  • By: Robert Greenberg, Esq.
  • Published: June 19, 2023

A prenuptial agreement is an agreement between two parties made in anticipation of marriage. The agreement is typically intended to address property and other monetary-related issues which may arise out of the marriage. Prenuptial agreements may be referred to by other terms such as an antenuptial agreement, prenuptial contract, premarital agreement or "prenup." Prenuptial agreements are governed by contract law in the state of Maryland. The purpose of such an agreement can vary, but they are essentially used for parties to agree on issues including: Property rights in property acquired before or during the marriage; The disposition of property in the event of a divorce;…Read More

Legislative Changes To Maryland Divorce Law In 2023
  • By: Robert Greenberg, Esq.
  • Published: May 15, 2023

Summary Of Changes In Maryland Family Law: Several grounds for divorce will be eliminated from October 1, 2023, including adultery, desertion, insanity, criminal convictions leading to incarceration, cruelty of treatment, and 12-month separation. While "fault-based" grounds have been removed, the conduct of spouses during marriage remains relevant for property distribution. Two new grounds for divorce introduced: 6-month separation (without needing separate residences) and irreconcilable differences. Mutual consent continues as a valid ground for divorce in Maryland. There are groundbreaking changes occurring in Maryland regarding family law matters, including grounds for divorce. These changes will go into effect on October 1, 2023 and will apply to…Read More

Up & Coming Lawyers Class of 2023
  • By: Robert Greenberg, Esq.
  • Published: April 27, 2023

Mr. Greenberg has been selected to the “Up & Coming Lawyers” Class of 2023 by What’s Up? Central Maryland. Greenberg Legal Group LLC focuses its practice on family law matters, including divorce, custody and other domestic issues. The firm proudly serves clients across the State of Maryland including Anne Arundel County, Howard County, Montgomery County and other counties throughout the State. Mr. Greenberg would like to thank his colleagues, staff and most importantly, his clients for this honor. Greenberg Legal Group LLC will continue to honor its commitment of serving clients in family law matters across the State of Maryland.Read More

The Benefits of a Mutual Consent Divorce
  • By: Robert Greenberg, Esq.
  • Published: April 7, 2023

A mutual consent divorce is a "no fault" ground for absolute divorce in Maryland. If you and your spouse agree that the dissolution of your marriage is in the best interest of both parties, you should seek a mutual consent divorce for a smooth, speedy and amicable resolution. The court may grant an absolute divorce on the grounds of mutual consent if the following conditions are met: (i) The parties sign, execute and submit a written settlement agreement to the court that resolves all issues pertaining to (1) alimony; (2) the distribution of property; and (3) the custody, care, visitation and support of any minor…Read More

Robert Greenberg Selected As A Super Lawyers Rising Star For Fifth Consecutive Year
  • By: Robert Greenberg, Esq.
  • Published: December 16, 2022

Mr. Greenberg has been selected as a Super Lawyers Rising Star in Maryland for his family law practice. This marks the fifth 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. Mr. Greenberg is also featured in an article by Super Lawyers for a community organization. For more details please…Read More

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