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Child Custody Update: Shelter In Place

Monday, Governor Larry Hogan ordered Marylanders to remain in their homes during the current Coronavirus crisis. Many parents are concerned about what this new order means for their current custody arrangement Health is First As always, the health of you and your child is paramount. If the coparent is sick [...]

By |April 1st, 2020|Categories: Child Custody, Child Support, Coronavirus, Covid-19|Tags: , , , , |Comments Off on Child Custody Update: Shelter In Place

How Do I Declare Someone Dead?

If your husband mysteriously vanishes, whether over the Gulf of Mexico, with a mistress in Costa Rica, or in the belly of a tiger, Maryland has a process for declaring him dead. First You Need a Guardianship There is no presumption of death in Maryland just because someone is absent [...]

By |March 31st, 2020|Categories: Guardianship|Tags: , , |Comments Off on How Do I Declare Someone Dead?

Can I File For A Divorce During the Coronavirus Pandemic?

While the Coronavirus pandemic continues to limit the scope of day-to-day life in the State of Maryland and the United States as a whole, you should know that the Courts are continuing to accept new filings, including those to initiate divorce proceedings. If you have contemplated initiating a divorce matter, [...]

By |March 27th, 2020|Categories: Divorce, Family Law|Comments Off on Can I File For A Divorce During the Coronavirus Pandemic?

Child Care During the Current Crisis

It is a time of uncertainty. Many parents are now required to work from home. Many others have recently lost their jobs. Still, others are on the frontlines battling the infection raging across America and the world. Children are no longer in school and daycares are being ordered to close. [...]

By |March 27th, 2020|Categories: Child Custody, Child Support, Child Visitation, Family Law|Comments Off on Child Care During the Current Crisis

How To Obtain Emergency Custody During the Coronavirus

A Simple Guide For Maryland Cases What Needs to be Filed to Win Emergency Custody? In every jurisdiction in Maryland, you must file a Request for Emergency Relief. This document is a formal pleading filed with the Court. The contents of the request are critical as in some jurisdictions, Judges will simply [...]

By |March 26th, 2020|Categories: Child Custody, Family Law|Comments Off on How To Obtain Emergency Custody During the Coronavirus

Divorce and Mediation – Your Problem is Solved

Truly an Answer to Your Dilemma Just as the iconic song writer and singer Bob Dylan pronounced in his 1965 hit, "The times, they are a-changing", the same can be said today regarding how society and the courts are treating separation and divorce. Contested Divorces Are Expensive Yes, I must admit [...]

By |March 26th, 2020|Categories: Child Custody, Child Support, Divorce, Family Law|Comments Off on Divorce and Mediation – Your Problem is Solved

Do I Need to Exchange my Children with my Ex During the Current Pandemic?

Many people are rightfully concerned about the health of their families during the current Coronavirus outbreak. Dealing with a difficult co-parent can only add to the stress your family is facing. Some of the questions I receive daily concern how to navigate custody agreements during this unprecedented time. Guidelines to [...]

By |March 25th, 2020|Categories: Child Custody, Child Visitation|Comments Off on Do I Need to Exchange my Children with my Ex During the Current Pandemic?

Maryland Courts Remain Open for Protective Orders

Maryland Courts remain open for many matters including the filing and hearing of Protective Orders. Protective Orders are an important tool that can be used by Marylanders to obtain safety from domestic violence, stalking, false imprisonment and revenge porn. If you are subject to a Protective Order, you need to [...]

By |March 24th, 2020|Categories: Family Law|Comments Off on Maryland Courts Remain Open for Protective Orders

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