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Do Grandparents and Third Parties Have Rights to Custody in Maryland?
January 14th, 2022
If you are a grandparent, can you get custody or visitation rights to your grandchildren? The short answer, in Maryland, is “yes, but in very narrow circumstances.” In fact, not only grandparents, but any third party (such as a stepparent), may h… Read MoreRead More
Can I Get Child Custody Back If I Was Not Initially Awarded It?
January 19th, 2021
Child custody is a critical divorce-related issue, and if you were initially denied custody of your child, you are most likely looking to win custody back so you can continue to be a part of your child’s life. Please continue reading and speak… Read MoreRead More
What Happens if My Ex Violates a Child Custody Agreement in MD?
January 12th, 2021
If your ex is refusing to abide by your child custody agreement, you are most likely now very concerned for the well-being of your child. Please continue reading and speak with our Maryland family law attorney to learn more about child custody agreem… Read MoreRead More
Will I Lose My House in a Divorce in Maryland?
January 5th, 2021
Divorce is a complicated process in many ways–emotionally, legally, and, of course, financially. If you are getting divorced, there is a very good chance you are worried about whether you will lose your home. For most people, their house is the… Read MoreRead More
Do I Have to Pay Child Support if I Don't Have Child Custody in Maryland?
November 17th, 2020
When parents divorce and one parent is awarded sole custody, the other parent often feels as though he or she should not have to make child support payments, as they believe that they are not required to pay for a child they rarely see, much less rai… Read MoreRead More
Child Custody in Maryland | What You Need to Know
November 10th, 2020
If you are a divorcing parent, child custody is most likely your top concern. Please continue reading and speak with our Maryland family law attorney to learn more about how our legal team can assist you and your family through every step of the lega… Read MoreRead More
What You Need to Know About Parental Alienation
October 20th, 2020
There are few divorce and family law-related matters more sensitive and openly contested than those involving child custody. Though in many cases, divorcing parents understand what is at stake and will put their differences aside in the best interest… Read MoreRead More
Child Relocation in Maryland | What You Need to Know
October 6th, 2020
After a divorce, you may wish to relocate with your child, for one reason or another. This is perfectly fine, however, you must ensure you do so in accordance with the law, for if you do not, it may adversely impact your child custody agreement. Plea… Read MoreRead More
Tips For Divorced Co-Parents Who Share Child Custody
September 29th, 2020
If you and your former spouse share custody of your child, there is a very good chance that you understand how challenging this can sometimes be. Generally, when former spouses share child custody, they both want nothing more than for their childR… Read MoreRead More
What You Need to Know About Post-Divorce Modifications in Maryland
August 25th, 2020
In the months and years following a divorce, former spouses often find that as their lives change, the terms initially negotiated in their divorce agreement no longer accurately reflect their current situation in life. Because of this, spouses will v… Read MoreRead More
Can Having a Substance Abuse Issue Affect Child Custody in Maryland?
August 11th, 2020
If you are a divorcing parent, child custody is probably the most important issue on the table. If you have a substance abuse problem, custody matters can become even more complex. Please continue reading and speak with our knowledgeable Maryland div… Read MoreRead More
What You Need to Know About Child Custody in Maryland
July 7th, 2020
If you are a divorcing parent, you are most likely primarily concerned about who is going to raise your child. Child custody is often the most hotly-contested family law issue, which is why you cannot afford to go it alone. Please continue reading an… Read MoreRead More