In some contested custody cases, the Maryland court system may appoint an attorney to represent a child. Whether appointed for advocacy or protection, these attorneys keep their minor clients safe and prevent the disclosure of their sensitive information. Often, when parents cannot agree, children suffer, causing distress that affects the child’s well-being and mental health….

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