If you need assistance with your Maryland family law matter, we can help you explore your legal options. Maryland Family Law Attorney, LaSheena Williams, discusses the responsibilities of Maryland family law magistrates and what to do if you disagree with a magistrate’s decision. Thank you for joining me today my name is LaSheena Williams and…

Discovery is the process of gathering documents and information leading up to a trial. One of the most important elements of discovery, in your family litigation toolkit, is the subpoena. By using a subpoena, you and your attorney can obtain the vital information you’ll need to build your case. What is a Subpoena in Montgomery…

There is absolutely no question that the most contentious aspect of many divorces is deciding the issue of child custody. After all, for many parents your children are your greatest assets. For most fathers, the prospect of battling their spouse or partner for custody of their children feels like a battle in which the odds…

Maryland law presumes that the husband of the mother is the child’s father because the mother is married at the time of the child’s conception or birth. Problems can arise, however, when the mother is married and someone claims paternity of her child and that person is not her husband. Although the situation between the parties…

Drug or alcohol treatment in Maryland custody cases can be a sensitive issue. Oftentimes, a parent’s successful completion of alcohol treatment, may impact a judge’s decision to grant or modify legal or physical custody. For those parents who have had alcohol or drug treatment in the past, it is normal to be concerned that your past…

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