Many relationships end naturally, and the parents can co-parent effectively for months and years with ease. Sometimes, without warning a parent severely restricts contact between the other parent and the child. The restricting parent may claim any number of erroneous reasons, but the restriction is often immediately following the other parent starting a new relationship, becoming…

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,…

After a divorce or child custody dispute, a Maryland Circuit Court will typically make a determination regarding the parents’ scheduled access to the minor children. A Circuit Court Judge or Family Magistrate, may order the children to spend unsupervised quality time with the non-custodial parent or may order that the children have overnight access with the…

For some fathers paternity testing in Maryland maybe an important topic they may have to address with their significant other. Paternity is the legal or biological relationship between a father and his child. When a married woman gives birth to a child in Maryland, the law assumes that the woman’s husband is also the father…

When an unmarried couple has a baby, only the mother is automatically recognized as a legal parent. Establishing paternity is one way to legally ensure that the baby’s biological father becomes the legal father as well. Signing the father’s name on a birth certificate is not enough to legally determine paternity. Who Can File A Paternity…

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