Can Cell Phone Records be Used in Court During a Divorce?

By pcdev / April 20, 2021

Most people are attached to their smartphones, which can include their email, records of calls, text messages, photos, and more. While you might believe that you have privacy when using your cell phone, these records are increasingly being used as evidence in divorce cases. If you have a no-fault divorce and you and your spouse…

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Why Would a Divorce Be Denied?

By pcdev / March 21, 2021

Did you know that in recent years, we had 2.4 divorces per every one thousand Maryland inhabitants? These figures are a significant decrease from 3.4 divorces a few decades ago, but many divorces continue to go through the system. Can you expect that the courts will automatically grant every divorce case filed with them? Definitely…

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How Wealth Can Complicate Your Divorce

By pcdev / February 19, 2021

Pretty much any divorce case can be stressful for the parties involved. However, when the divorcing spouses have a high net worth, the process can be extremely complicated. This is especially true if the parties are not able to agree on some or all of the issues that are in dispute during the divorce proceedings.…

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5 Tips to Make the Most of your Immigration Consultation

By pcdev / January 14, 2021

When it comes to legal issues related to immigration, you want to make sure that you have an experienced attorney on your side representing you throughout your case. Your attorney can file documentation on your behalf, represent you at immigration court hearings, and assist you with other matters that are related to your case. Many…

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4 Tips for Finding the Right Immigration Lawyer for You

By pcdev / December 10, 2020

Being an immigrant in the United States can sometimes feel like a daunting experience. Making sure you have the right immigration documents can be even more so. You may feel like you can’t afford the process or don’t want to get in trouble by just doing the right thing. It doesn’t have to be that…

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The Second Stage of the Employment Based Green Card Process

By pcdev / August 8, 2020

At the Law Offices of Tina Sharma, after we have completed the first stage which is the perm process, we move on with the second stage of the US employment-based green card process. Once you get through perm and you have a certified perm case from the Department of Labor you are ready to go…

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Maryland Divorce

By pcdev / August 6, 2020

At the Law Offices of Tina Sharma, we practice law in Maryland and DC working with cases such as Divorce in Maryland. We offer caring, compassionate representation for our clients, while we fight hard for our clients’ rights. The personal attention you will receive wit our office is unmatched. One of the newest types of…

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PERM: The First Stage of the Employment Based Green Card Process

By pcdev / August 4, 2020

In the Law Offices of Tina Sharma, we work with many technology companies sponsoring their employees for US green cards. The very first step in the employment-based green card process is called the Perm Process. So what is the Perm Process? There are very specific steps an employer must follow for this first stage of…

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Child Custody

By pcdev / February 11, 2020

In divorce cases where the separated or soon-to-be-separated couple has children together, one of the most hotly and vehemently contested issues in divorce negotiations or litigation is often custody of the children. The judge’s discretion in a family law case is immensely important, and the standard used in child custody issues is the “Best Interest…

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The New Public Charge Rule

By pcdev / January 28, 2020

On January 27, 2020, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled to allow The Department of Homeland Security to implement the new public charge rule. The rule expands the meaning of “public charge,” which has long been grounds for inadmissibility in immigration law. The rule also sets a high bar for demonstrating that applicants for legal permanent…

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