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Discovery sanctions in custody and child support cases

There are few things in litigation more frustrating, costly and time-consuming than a party withholding relevant information and failing to fully participate in the discovery ...

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In re O.P.: The standard of proof at shelter hearings

On Aug. 14, 2020, the Maryland Court of Appeals clarified the standard of evidence required to shelter a child to the Department of Social Services ...

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Are back office services your operational blind spot?

The abrupt transition to remote working caused by COVID-19 uncovered gaps in many law firms’ back office services SOPs. How will mail be processed? How ...

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Is it possible to impute income in a post-COVID world?

One of the more hotly contested issues in family law cases is the amount and duration of spousal and child support. In simple terms, the ...

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