Finalizing a visitation schedule can be overwhelming, especially if you are not on good terms with your co-parent. In certain circumstances, it may be necessary to implement supervised visitation. Supervised visitation are visits monitored by trained individuals who are equipped to intervene if necessary to ensure the safety of all parties involved. Supervised visitation centers…

The divorce process can be stressful, especially when your ex is uncooperative. However, even if your ex refuses to participate in your divorce, your case can still move forward. In Maryland, under certain circumstances, you can obtain a default divorce from your spouse even if they refuse to acknowledge your efforts to divorce them. What…

When going through a divorce, it is important to establish a reliable parenting plan. Regardless of what you feel for your ex, your children deserve the structure and stability that a parenting plan provides. As you create the plan, the best interests of your children should be the top priority. Here are some tips for…

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…

When a relationship ends, the pain can cause dramatic changes in co-parents. The loss can impact a co-parent’s behaviors, motivations, and even perspective towards their children. A once loving and doting parent may suddenly become cold and disinterested in the care and wellbeing of their children. Or your parenting partner may shift from a co-operative…

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