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Columbia Maryland Divorce Attorneys That Care

At the Mulinazzi Law Office, we help clients in Howard County, Baltimore County, Anne Arundel County, Prince George’s County, Montgomery County and surrounding areas find the legal answers they need. We know most families are under a lot of stress during these times, and working with your Divorce lawyer should alleviate — not add to — your stress level. Our firm helps clients resolve their case without destroying the future of their family in the process. Contact our firm online or call 410-290-6270 to schedule your free initial consultation.

Family Law Matters

Most people who are getting divorced are usually concerned about two things: what will happen to their children and how will the property/money be divided. At the Mulinazzi Law Office, we help clients create healthy solutions to their family law and Divorce concerns, including matters related to:

  • Divorce litigation: At the Mulinazzi Law Office, we help clients find less-contentious solutions to fault and no fault divorces. When it is necessary, we also work with clients to modify existing child custody, child support, or alimony (spousal support) arrangements, as well as other matters connected to a divorce.
  • Asset division: In the divorce process, it is important to consider all the assets that will need to be divided and how that division will affect the client’s long term finances. We help our clients understand the complexities of property division, including tax implications, investments, inheritances and business evaluations.
  • Child Custody, visitation and child support: Our Divorce attorneys work closely with clients to create parenting plans that work for both parents and the children. From physical and legal custody arrangements to the details of child support, we work closely with clients throughout the process to help them come to a successful resolution.
  • Collaborative divorce: Is a method of resolving all issues in separation and divorce outside of court. Generally, this method is substantially less expensive than litigation and the process is designed to protect the rights of both sides and their children. It is discreet, respectful, and focuses on identifying the concerns and goals of both sides. Please visit the webpages focusing on the process for more information.
  • Post Divorce Modifications: Many aspects of a divorce decree can be modified by the consent of the former spouse or by a court order. However, all modifications require official recognition by the court for them to be enforceable. Not going through official channels can lead to contempt of court difficulties and unnecessary headaches with your ex-spouse. At the Mulinazzi Law Office, our Divorce attorneys are committed to helping our clients obtain court approval for the modification of any aspect of a divorce decree.
  • Separation agreement: A formal agreement between you and your spouse that provides for support and other financial conditions until the divorce is final.  At the Mulinazzi Law Office, our Divorce attorneys work with your spouse’s Divorce attorney or your spouse if he or she is unrepresented to negotiate terms of the agreement.
  • Loan Modifications: Everyone experiences financial problems at times throughout their lives and a foreclosure can potentially happen to anyone.  At the Mulinazzi Law Office we work with you and your bank to try to reduce your mortgage payment.
  • Parental Relocations: Sometimes a custodial parent needs or wants to relocate to an area that makes it difficult for the non-custodial parent to spend time with a child.  Custodial parents who intend on moving out of state must first petition the court to modify the terms of their existing child custody agreement.  At the Mulinazzi Law Office, our Divorce attorneys can help with every step of this process.
  • Other family concerns: We recognize that every family has unique concerns and goals. At the Mulinazzi Law Office, we are committed to helping all of our clients resolve their legal struggles, including adult guardianships, guardianships for special needs children, domestic violence concerns and separation agreements. We also represent clients who need assistance with foreclosure prevention.

To work with an experienced Divorce lawyer, contact our firm online or call 410-290-6270 to schedule your appointment.