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Congrats to our scholarship winners! We at The Law Office of Miguel Palmeiro would like to extend our hearty congratulations to our scholarship winners, Tracee Addison and Julio Espinoza. Julio and Tracee stopped by our offices today and were rewarded with their winnings and a tour of the iHeart Radio studios here in Rockville, MD….

When to Hire an Attorney With many negative perceptions about the practice of law, the availability of information and the high price tag, it’s no wonder many people prefer to avoid attorneys altogether. When they come upon legal problems, however, this can become a dilemma. Keeping this in mind, what are some resources for those…

Alimony Laws in Maryland   Alimony, also known as spousal support or maintenance, is a periodic payment from one former spouse to another.  The purpose of these payments is to provide an opportunity for the spouse receiving payment to become self-supporting.  This is separate from other payments like child support, which is owed not to…

Child Custody and Support Laws in Maryland   Of all the issues surrounding a divorce, child custody is often the most difficult and complex, with child support being yet another economic decision to be discussed and sometime fought over.  While the plans that the parents make will be considered carefully, ultimately this discussion happens in…

Maryland Prenuptial Agreements   The recent fighting over the definition of marriage lately has been only one of many indicators of how important marriage in our society.  That being said, however, it is not a secret that many marriages will end in divorce.  When you have shared as much of your life with someone as…

Birth Hypoxia Law in Maryland Birth hypoxia, or perinatal hypoxia, is a condition that occurs when the tissue cannot get enough oxygen before, during or after birth.  While birth hypoxia alone, depending on the degree, may not be a drastic concern, it can lead to more serious conditions like hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy (HIE) if left…