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Should Adultery be Decriminalized?

By: Armin (Rick) Kuder In 2018, the Maryland legislature is expected to consider a Bill to decriminalize adultery. We are all familiar with adultery as an historic ground for divorce, or a factor to be considered in determining the cause and consequences of the breakup of the marriage, but few are aware that in many Read More

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Kuder, Smollar, Friedman & Mihalik, P.C., in O, The Oprah Magazine; Entrepreneur; and Fortune

Kuder, Smollar, Friedman & Mihalik, P.C., will appear on a full-page spread in O, The Oprah Magazine; Entrepreneur; and Fortune in a profile of five leading family attorneys in the Washington, DC, area.  

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Senate Bill 717/House Bill 1762

Senator Dan Sullivan [R-AK] and Senator Heidi Heitkamp [D-ND] have re-introduced in the Senate the Pro bono Work to Empower and Represent (POWER)Act, with the proposed text available here.  The Bill is co-sponsored by Senator Jeanne Shaheen [D-NH], Senator Lisa Murkowski [R-AK], Senator Shelley Moore Capito [R-WV], Senator John Cornyn [R-TX], Senator Steve Daines [R-MT], Read More

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New Partner for a New Year

As our firm enters into 2017, we are excited and proud to announce that Christopher M. Locey has been named partner at Kuder, Smollar, Friedman & Mihalik, P.C.  Mr. Locey is a seasoned attorney with extensive experience representing clients in family legal matters. Mr. Locey joined the firm in 2007. He earned his J.D. in Read More

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Happy Thanksgiving

We at Kuder, Smollar, Friedman & Mihalik wish you a wonderful Thanksgiving.  May your table be full and your laughter loud this very special holiday.  We have much to give thanks for: I am grateful for the clients and opponents who over the years have enriched my life, and for still hearing from them from Read More

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Huntley v. Huntley, Maryland Court of Special Appeals

The Maryland Court of Special Appeals published an(other) important reminder about counter-complaints and ad damnum clauses this month.  In Huntley v. Huntley, available here, the Plaintiff filed a Complaint asking for, among other things, a monetary award, alimony, a portion of the marital share of the Defendant’s retirement benefits, and attorney’s fees.  The Defendant filed an Read More

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2016 Super Lawyers

We are proud to report the numerous recognitions of members of Kuder, Smollar, Friedman, & Mihalik, P.C. on the 2016 list of Super Lawyers, an affiliate of Thomson Reuters.   Super Lawyers uses a patented multiphase selection process, involving peer nominations and evaluations as well as independent research.  Candidates are evaluated on 12 indicators of peer recognition and Read More

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Grounds for Divorce?

I do not know whether Reader’s Digest still fills in space after articles with oddities and jokes, but I recall that the magazine sometimes published laws that were found on the books of States, Cities and Counties that no longer had any purpose, but did amuse its readers.  Lost in the mists of time were Read More

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3….2…..1…..Marriage Equality in Virginia

The Supreme Court of the United States today declined to hear multiple cases seeking certiorari related to the issue of Same Sex Marriage.  Wisconsin, the state where I grew up, is front and center in the decision, as are Indiana (where I clerked on the Supreme Court of Indiana), Oklahoma and Utah.  The fifth state Read More

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Theresa Mihalik Lectures on Law for Non-Lawyers

On Monday, September 29, 2014, firm principal Theresa M. Mihalik lectured at the D.C. Academy of Collaborative Professionals law discussion titled “Law for Non-Lawyers.” “Law for Non-Lawyers” is a seminar that provides Collaborative professionals from disciplines outside the law (e.g., mental health professionals, financial experts, real estate and mortgage brokers) with basic information about the Read More

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