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Does equitable distribution cover future health insurance?

Maryland women who are going through a divorce may be interested to learn of a recent study conducted at the University of Michigan regarding the state of women and their health insurance coverage post-divorce. The study is eye-opening because it reveals a relatively high percentage of women are left with no health insurance coverage following the equitable distribution of property and assets in a divorce.

Was Hope Solo the victim of domestic violence?

Maryland residents may be familiar with one of the most revered women in professional sports today -- Hope Solo, the goalkeeper for the gold medal U.S. Olympic soccer team. Recently, disturbing reports have surfaced that she may have been the victim of a domestic violence assault following an argument she allegedly had with her boyfriend and fiancé, former Seahawks tight end Jerramy Stevens.

Mccourt's ex-wife claims unfair asset division in settlement

Maryland residents may be familiar with the recent divorce proceedings of the former team owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers, Frank McCourt, and his wife, Jamie McCourt, who was also a co-owner of the team. Jamie McCourt is now seeking to set aside her settlement of $131 million dollars based on the allegation that the asset division to which she agreed was based on fraudulent information she received regarding the value of the couple's assets, particularly the value of the Los Angeles Dodgers baseball team.

Good parental behavior is crucial to a successful divorce

Maryland residents with children whose parents are going through a divorce should be aware of some important tips that will go a long way in helping their children cope with the process of divorce and life afterwards. Positive parental behavior is a key component in ensuring that children are better equipped to deal with the emotional challenges and disruptions that even the most amicable divorce can bring to their lives.

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