When families in Montgomery County, Maryland, face legal challenges related to family law, the Montgomery County Circuit Court emerges as a crucial pillar of support and guidance. The court’s Family Division Services are specifically tailored to address the unique and often sensitive issues that arise in family law cases. These services play a vital role…

When parents separate or divorce, they often face important decisions about the care and support of their children. In Maryland, temporary orders known as “pendente lite” orders can be established to address issues such as visitation, child support, and use and possession of property until a final order is issued. In this article, we will…

In some cases, the divorce process can cause uncertainty regarding your future and assets. But an uncontested divorce may mitigate that uncertainty. In an uncontested divorce, you and your spouse have agreed to everything in your separation agreement or settlement agreement.. “Everything” can entail agreeing to divorce, and how you will resolve issues regarding custody,…

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…

Thank you for joining me. 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 discussing common mistakes in child support modification hearings.   Failing To Track Informal Child Support Payments  Child support is child support and it’s…

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