Maryland parental rights include the right to establish and maintain a relationship with your child. Although you may have the right to be in your child’s life, it may be difficult to enforce your parental rights in Maryland without a written custody agreement or filed child custody order. When parents of a child are married,…

Any legal case can be draining, but if a judge ruled against you after considerable time, stress, and expense, it can be especially difficult. If you believe your Maryland judge is wrong in your case, don’t give up hope! Maryland law provides you with at least four different options that may help you obtain a…

Prior to 2015, Maryland couples who mutually agreed to file for divorce were required to wait one year before filing—even if the parties agreed on all major aspects of the divorce, such as property division and alimony. The archaic requirement of living apart for 365 days prior to filing caused the Maryland divorce process to…

Custody disputes between parents can be extremely difficult especially in cases of contentious divorces or separations. To help the court make a custody determination, a Maryland Child Custody Evaluation may be ordered by a Maryland Circuit Court Judge or Magistrate. One or both parents may voluntarily request the assistance of a Maryland Child Custody Evaluator….

Adultery is often an emotionally complex factor in many Maryland divorces. Unlike civilian divorces, a Maryland military divorce based on adultery grounds can have a devastating impact on the accused’s military career, their ability to financially provide for their family, and even result in criminal charges. Therefore, it is important to understand how obtaining a…

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