Maryland’s judiciary annually make case decisions that shape the lives of families throughout Maryland. Similar to the legislature’s changes, these decisions have a lasting impact on Maryland family law. Take a look at some important updates in the following reported cases decided between January 1, 2015, and July 31, 2016. 1. Courts cannot consider polygraph…

Every year, Maryland’s legislature passes laws that shape how family law cases are handled throughout Maryland. For example, last year’s addition of “Mutual Consent” as a grounds for divorce has allowed thousands of Maryland families to efficiently divorce without the lengthy time requirements and costs associated with other divorce grounds. Here is a look at…

There are two types of divorce in Maryland: limited divorce and absolute divorce. Limited Divorce in Maryland In Maryland, a limited divorce is a court-supervised separation. A limited divorce is restricted in the relief it grants because it does not end the marriage. Spouses with a limited divorce cannot legally remarry. Because Maryland limited divorce…

Navigating a Maryland child custody dispute can be frustrating and emotionally demanding. For many parents, there is nothing more important than knowing where their child will live and knowing that they will have a say in their child’s upbringing. Best Interest of the Child and Child Custody in Montgomery County and Prince George’s County Maryland child…

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