OUR BLOG

Welcome to the COHEN|HARRIS LLC blog. Here we provide short legal articles written by the COHEN|HARRIS LLC team. The information below is not intended to be used or construed as legal advice. Every case is different so in order to get legal advice pertaining to a specific situation you should always consult with an attorney.

If you find yourself in a situation where you need to consult with an attorney please contact COHEN|HARRIS LLC at (888) 585-7979 or Roland@CohenHarris.com or Martin@CohenHarris.com.

Absolute Divorce or Limited Divorce?

Absolute Divorce or Limited Divorce?

There are two different kinds of divorces in Maryland. An Absolute Divorce is the only way in Maryland in which you can dissolve a marriage. A Limited Divorce does not end a marriage; it will only resolve issues of property. A Limited Divorce is useful when the...

read more
How Can You Collect Past Due Maryland Child Support?

How Can You Collect Past Due Maryland Child Support?

Whether you are married or not, when you have a child with someone, you expect that you will raise that child together. Unfortunately, that's not always how things shake out. But even if you don't stay together, you expect that your partner will contribute financially...

read more
Maryland Protective Order

Maryland Protective Order

How To File for A Maryland Protective Order According to the Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence, in 2018, there were 46 deaths linked directly to domestic violence in the state of Maryland.  Getting a Maryland protective order can be the first step...

read more
How Do Maryland Child Custody Laws Determine Parental Rights?

How Do Maryland Child Custody Laws Determine Parental Rights?

When a marriage or relationship is over, untangling two lives can be a difficult and emotional process. When a child is involved, the situation becomes more complex. A child custody battle can be frustrating and highly stressful for those involved. If you are facing a...

read more
Know Your Rights: The Fourth Amendment

Know Your Rights: The Fourth Amendment

The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing...

read more
Driving with a Suspended or Revoked License

Driving with a Suspended or Revoked License

Having your license suspended or revoked can occur for several reasons.  A partial list of these reasons include: not paying traffic tickets, amassing too many points on your driving record (three to four points will result in a warning letter from the MVA, five to...

read more
Protective Order

Protective Order

A protective order is a form of legal protection that shields the petitioner (individual who is filing the protective order) from harassment or abuse from the respondent (individual being served with the protective order – usually related to the respondent) for a set...

read more
Peace Order

Peace Order

A peace order (sometimes referred to as a restraining order) is a legal arrangement of protection for an individual who is facing issues within a relationship that is not sexual or familial in nature (i.e. neighbor). Peace orders are for individuals who have...

read more