Thank you for joining me today my name is LaSheena Williams and I am a Maryland family law attorney. My firm helps our clients take control of out of control domestic situations. Today we will be taking a look at discovery requirements in a Maryland Family Law Case. What is Discovery and What Are the…

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…

When making a child support or alimony determination, the judge or magistrate will typically consider the monthly income and monthly expenses of the parents. If child support or alimony is at issue, it is important to file a financial statement. Filing a financial statement in Maryland allows the finder of fact to review review all…

In a civil proceeding, such as a custody or divorce case, you or the opposing party may decide to propound discovery. Discovery is the process of gathering potentially relevant information, and providing that information to the opposing party. The relevant information could be the names of witnesses, witness statements, photos, bank statements, or reports prepared…

For many people, changing jobs or switching careers can create a change in your financial circumstances. In divorce cases, some breadwinners may be ordered to pay alimony to their former spouse in order to help the former spouse pay for their needs. Although Maryland laws regarding alimony tend to be rigid and most alimony awards…

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