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…

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…

Have you recently moved to Maryland from another state? Do you have a custody order in place from your previous residence? You may be concerned about how Maryland will handle enforcing your out of state custody order. Knowing how to enforce an out of state custody order in Maryland,  can become a key issue if…

In Maryland, many parents understand the value in ensuring their children receive a post-secondary education. Today’s job market is intensely competitive, and anyone without at least some post-high school education or training is usually at a significant disadvantage. Even if you expect your child to pursue a trade rather than a college degree, you probably…

A parenting plan is a child custody plan that is negotiated by co-parents. A well-developed parenting plan can help ensure that your child’s needs are met while establishing parental care and responsibilities for different situations. In Maryland, a parenting plan can be included in a marital separation agreement or a judgement of divorce. If you…

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