Divorce Blogs

Our best divorce advice goes in to the articles you can read here. Z Family Law practice supports our clients throughout the divorce process, from considering your options to changing your name and getting on with your new normal.

Our best divorce information depends on who you are and what you need. That’s why we’ve written about such diverse topics as what to bring to your consultation, how to keep your balance, and what happens to the family pet during the divorce process. All of which you can read here and now.

Photo of person making shush gesture, for "Divorce Is a Right" ZFL blog

Divorce Is a Right

I want to drive home the idea of speaking out because when you do, you give permission for great things to happen. No aspect of divorce is easy but when you give voice to your problems you allow it to exist as an external entity which gives you something tangible to fix….

Read More »
People talking at large table - for Collaborative Divorce blog - Z Family Law

Collaborative Divorce FAQ

Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) methods such as mediation and collaborative divorce have become more popular in recent decades. For those considering ADR, we discuss 7 things to keep in mind about the collaborative divorce process.

Read More »
Image of wedding rings. Book Review: “I Now Pronounce You Financially Fit: How to Protect Your Money in Marriage and Divorce” by Pam Friedman. Book review by Inna Loring, Esq.

Book Review: “I Now Pronounce You Financially Fit: How to Protect Your Money in Marriage and Divorce”

“A theme that runs throughout the book are the hazards of making financial decisions based on emotion. While feelings and emotions may lie at the heart of the marital relationship, the institution of marriage is one of inextricable financial ties. The clear-cut and candid tone of the book does not guilt the reader, but simply presents a sobering choice: bring emotion into a financial relationship at your own risk…”

Read More »
Person standing alongside military gear and American flag

What You Need To Know If You’re Getting Divorced In The Military

If you’ve landed on this post because you’re in the midst of navigating or contemplating getting a divorce while you or your spouse (or both!) are serving in the military, you may have been told that military divorce is even more challenging. Thankfully, there are great attorneys that have extensive experience working with military families, and you absolutely can find answers to even the most complicated questions.

Read More »

Can Private Facebook Messages Be Used in Court?

In general, anything— DMs, emails, text messages— that is not subject to privilege laws must be turned over if requested, and can be presented as evidence. This means that, in general, unless it’s something that you’ve written to your attorney, your pastor, or your doctor, you can be compelled to turn it over…

Read More »

If you would like more personalized divorce advice, please contact us to schedule an introductory call. We look forward to meeting you.

Explore Blogs

ATTORNEY ADVERTISING | DISCLAIMER​

The content on this website is published for general information only, and is not intended to provide legal advice or opinion(s). No content on this website should be interpreted as legal advice. Relevant legal advice can be given, and relied upon, only after firm has entered into an agreement to represent client(s).
INFORMATION OBTAINED ON, AND SUBMITTED TO, THIS WEBSITE DOES NOT CREATE AN ATTORNEY-CLIENT RELATIONSHIP OR REPRESENTATION AGREEMENT.

Areas served

Z Family Law’s main office is located in Rockville, Maryland and proudly serves all areas of Montgomery County, including Rockville, Derwood, Olney, Darnestown, Silver Spring, Potomac, Gaithersburg, Bethesda, and Germantown.
Z Family Law proudly serves all areas of Frederick County, including Frederick, Middletown, Ijamsville, Urbana, New Market, Ballenger Creek, Walkersville, and New London.
Z Family Law proudly serves the District of Columbia.
CLOSE

Take Your 
First Step to Your New Beginning

Schedule Your Case Assessment to Explore Your Options

Ready for Your First Step?
CLOSE

Take Your 
First Step to Your New Beginning

Schedule Your Case Assessment to Explore Your Options