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Mutual Consent Divorce
  • By: Robert Greenberg, Esq.
  • Published: May 9, 2022

When a married couple decides to get a divorce, they often want to do so in the quickest, most efficient way possible while minimizing the amount of stress that often accompanies the divorce process. In order to obtain a divorce in Maryland, you need to satisfy one of the “grounds” for divorce under Maryland law. In 2015, Maryland established a new ground for divorce based on mutual consent (or agreement) of the parties. At Greenberg Legal Group LLC, here are a few questions we often get about mutual consent divorce: 1. Do I Need To Be Separated From My Spouse To Get A Mutual Consent…Read More

How A Business Lawyer With Personal Injury Experience Can Help With Your Slip And Fall Case
  • By: Robert Greenberg, Esq.
  • Published: April 6, 2022

When a small business owner opens their business, odds are they aren't thinking about the risk of lawsuits. Most business owners hope that they don't have to face lawsuits and do everything they can to avoid them from the start. Unfortunately, most companies face lawsuits at some point during their operation, no matter how careful they are. A smart small business owner should have a lawyer to represent the company in the case of a legal issue, especially if it involves a party who was injured at your place of business. This is where a personal injury lawyer, with an emphasis on slip and falls…Read More

Protective Orders – What Is A Protective Order And How Is That Different From A Peace Order?
  • By: Robert Greenberg, Esq.
  • Published: March 11, 2022

We recently put out an article on Peace Orders, which are similar to but different from Protective Orders. There are important distinctions between Peace Orders and Protective Orders. The purpose of this article is to highlight some of the differences between the two and how, under the right circumstances, a Protective Order can help you. What Is A Protective Order Order? Similar to a Peace Order, a Protective Order is a type of restraining order which a Court can enter restricting a person’s lawful ability to contact another person. Whether you should seek a Peace Order or Protective Order largely depends on your relationship with…Read More

What Is A Peace Order?
  • By: Robert Greenberg, Esq.
  • Published: January 31, 2022

A Peace Order is a type of restraining order which a Court can enter restricting a person’s lawful ability to contact another person. Although the terms “Peace Order” and “Protective Order” are often used interchangeably, they are not the same. There are several important differences between each. Whether you should seek a Peace Order or Protective Order largely depends on your relationship with the person from whom you are seeking protection. Who Is Eligible For A Peace Order? Before you go into Court, you need to know whether you should be seeking a Peace Order or Protective Order. If you file for the wrong type…Read More

Child Custody Holiday Visitation Schedules
  • By: Robert Greenberg, Esq.
  • Published: December 21, 2021

The holidays can be a stressful time for parents, particularly for parents who are separated and each want to spend time with their children. Holidays are an important and festive time in each child’s life when children form familial bonds and spend quality time with their family. When parents are separated and live in different households, deciding who gets to spend a holiday with their children can cause conflict and tension between the parents. Fortunately, parents can oftentimes reduce conflict by developing a “Parenting Plan” or other written agreement which establishes a plan for splitting time with their children. By having an agreement in place,…Read More

Discovery Sanctions & The “Best Interests Of The Child” Standard – Reconciling A.A. V. AB.D. With Discovery Sanctions Under The Maryland Rules
  • By: Robert Greenberg, Esq.
  • Published: December 13, 2021

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 Custody – The “Best Interests Of The Child” Standard
  • By: Robert Greenberg, Esq.
  • Published: November 1, 2021

In Maryland, judges are frequently tasked with making child custody determinations. It’s often said to be one of the hardest jobs tasked to a judge because of how important their decision is to the parents and children involved. In rendering their decision, judges are guided by the standard of the “best interests of the child.” Each case presents different facts and circumstances which the court must consider in making a custody determination. However, there are certain factors which Maryland law provides that the court must consider in determining the best interests of the child. These factors were originally set forth in the case of Montgomery…Read More

What Is Alimony?
  • By: Robert Greenberg, Esq.
  • Published: August 20, 2021

In any given marriage, it may be the case that one spouse is the primary breadwinner or that one spouse is financially dependent on the other. If and when the parties divorce, it is common for a court to award alimony, otherwise known as “spousal support,” to one spouse. The idea behind alimony is that a lesser-earning or financially dependent spouse will have financial help during and after the divorce such that their standard of living does not drastically change as a result of the divorce. Alimony may be awarded both during the pendency of the divorce case and upon the granting of the divorce.…Read More

Robert Greenberg Selected As A Super Lawyers Rising Star For Fourth Consecutive Year
  • By: Robert Greenberg, Esq.
  • Published: August 20, 2021

Mr. Greenberg has been selected as a Super Lawyers Rising Star in Maryland for his work in the areas of civil litigation and family law. This marks the fourth 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.Read More

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