Family law cases involving custody, divorce, and property issues can be complicated. If you know someone that is currently involved in a custody or divorce battle, there may come a day when you are served with a subpoena. If you are served with a Maryland trial subpoena, you probably have many questions regarding your rights…

In some respects, it may be easier to divorce your spouse than it is to get your ex out of the home when the relationship is over. Locking your ex out of the house may seem like a harmless idea, but in actuality it can have serious legal consequences.  What If You Lockout Your Spouse…

During your Maryland family law case, there may come a time when you request the court to enforce an order. You could be requesting that the court comply with an access schedule, timely make direct child support payments, or take some other ordered action. In order to enforce the terms of a court order, you…

Life can have many unexpected moments. Being served court papers in Maryland can be one of those unexpected moments. Before a domestic case can be presented to a judge or family magistrate, the person being sued must be notified of the pending lawsuit. A sudden lawsuit can cause overwhelming anxiety, and these steps can help…

Unfortunately, domestic violence is a part of many individuals’ daily lives. Thankfully, due to the complexities of domestic violence cases, there are many resources available for a petitioner seeking relief. Interim Protective Orders, Temporary Protective Orders, and Final Protective Orders, are court enforced stay-away orders. Under these restraining orders one party must refrain from contacting…

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