If your co-parent refuses to allow you access with your children, we can help you explore your legal options. Maryland Child Custody Attorney, LaSheena Williams, discusses what happens when your co-parent will not allow you to have parenting time with your children: Thank you for joining us. My name is LaSheena Williams and I am…

The end of a marriage is a stressful life event, especially when the parties are not on good terms. In some instances, criminal charges and protective orders may arise during the course of a divorce case, which can further exacerbates matters. In Maryland, although divorce and protective cases are civil, criminal charges and protective order…

Having an attorney’s guidance to help you through the process of filing for divorce is key for keeping your case organized and so that you know what to expect. Working with an attorney can lead to significant legal fees. In some situations, you could be eligible  for an award of attorney’s fees. In other situations,…

Whether a couple lives together or apart, raising their children in a cooperative environment is imperative for their family’s overall mental health. Since the majority of divorced couples live apart, technology can fill in the gaps when it comes to collaborating for their child’s well-being. Fortunately, several tools for successful co-parenting in Maryland are available…

The old trope of two people waking up without remembering the previous night’s events and finding out that they are married may be sitcom gold but can be a real-life nightmare. In Maryland, if you have gotten married without being in your right state of mind, it may be anything but a laughing matter and…

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