Bringing up the issue of adult guardianship is never easy, yet there may reach a point where circumstances dictate that your loved one have someone who is specifically assigned to see to his or her well-being. He or she might not necessarily agree with your assessment, but that is understandable given the hesitancy that anyone would experience at the thought of surrendering important personal powers and authorities to someone else. If, however, he or she continues to refuse such care, you may be forced to take matters into your own hands.
There are many different terms you may hear in the course of the divorce process in Maryland. While you probably know and understand terms such as custody, parenting plan and asset division, other terms may be unfamiliar. One example is alternative dispute resolution. Someone may suggest you use ADR in your divorce. It helps to understand the term so you know if it is something worth considering.
If you’re in the midst of a divorce in Maryland, you may have concerns about how your assets will be divided. This process can include many different factors, from when property was acquired to how property is categorized. Forbes explains some general information on how property and assets are commonly divided (although it can depend on your specific situation).