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…

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….

In Maryland, each county, and Baltimore city, has a Child Support Enforcement Office that can assist parents in collecting child support from the other parent for a nominal fee. With such a cost-effective resource readily available to payee parents, you might wonder why anyone would take the time and spend the money to hire a…

Consulting with a Maryland divorce attorney is the first step in the next phase of your life. Like any important step forward, being prepared for your Maryland divorce consultation is important. By following these simple Maryland Divorce Consultation Tips, you can maximize the effectiveness of your consultation, and ensure that you find the right attorney…

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