Custody cases can be complex and filled with emotions. During this difficult time, you need an attorney that fights for you and delivers results. Alan L. Billian, P.A. is a Baltimore child custody attorney that you can trust to guide you through the process and fight for you and your child’s best interests. Our free, no-obligation initial consultation will help you gain an understanding of what to expect and how you can proceed through the process.
Serving Carroll County, Howard County, Baltimore County, and Anne Arundel County from Ellicott City to Baltimore City, Glen Burnie, Annapolis, Columbia, Westminster, Reisterstown, Owings Mills and Catonsville, Alan L. Billian, P.A. Contact us online or call 410-889-5500 to schedule a consultation with a child custody attorney.
Baltimore Child Custody Cases We Handle
Here at Alan L. Billian, P.A., we pride ourselves on our ability to handle a wide variety of child custody issues. No matter if you’re a grandparent trying to earn visitation rights or are going through a messy divorce and want to know how to better your chances for child custody, we can help. A Baltimore child custody attorney can help clients with:
- Child Support
- Custody Disputes
- Grandparent Visitation Rights
- Interstate Child Custody
- Unmarried Couples Custody
- Adoptive Parent Custody
Testimonials From Satisfied Clients
“Thanks to Alan Billian’s representation, I came out a winner in my custody case. Alan was professional, courteous, and meticulous in his approach to get me the best outcome possible. I’m glad I had Mr. Billian in my corner.”
“Excellent service, they kept me updated on each step and process and responded quickly whenever I had a question. Pleasant to work with!”
“When my son needed representation in his divorce and child custody case, we immediately contacted Mr. Billian. Mr. Billian handled my son’s case with care and attention to detail. He was well prepared for trial and proved himself to be a seasoned professional. We were beyond thrilled with the result, especially when my son was awarded sole legal and physical custody of my grandson! Mr. Billian is not just our family attorney–after all we’ve been through, we consider him a true friend!”
Child Support Documents and Client Care
Need help drafting a child support agreement? A Baltimore child custody attorney is the right person to ask. Our goal is to help you create a document that is fair to both parents and the child/children involved. We have extensive knowledge of the Maryland laws that govern child support and help you gain a better understanding of the process. Allow us to draft these documents and seek out any potential issues or pitfalls. We also help clients seek modifications to their current custody agreement as needed.
Understanding Visitation Rights
Alan L. Billian, P.A. helps biological parents, grandparents, and de facto parents gain child visitation rights. With 30 years of experience, we know the ins and outs of visitation procedures in Maryland and help parents seek the best possible outcome. A Baltimore child custody attorney can also help parents while drafting a parenting schedule and negotiating certain aspects of that agreement.
Paternity Suits and Testing
Paternity is a legal identification of a child’s father. If you need to establish paternity, Alan Billian is here to assist you. Once paternity is established, your child will be entitled to child support from the biological father. We’re committed to getting the best results possible for you and your child. Speak with a Baltimore child custody attorney to plan your next steps in what is surely a difficult time for you and your family.
Maryland Child Custody Services
In addition to child custody services and support, our team at Alan L. Billian, P.A. offers guidance and support for:
Serving Carroll County, Howard County, Baltimore County, and Anne Arundel County from Ellicott City to Baltimore City, Glen Burnie, Annapolis, Columbia, Westminster, Reisterstown, Owings Mills and Catonsville, Alan L. Billian, P.A. Contact us online or call 410-889-5500 to schedule a consultation with a Baltimore child custody attorney.
How does Maryland determine child custody?
Section 5-203 allows the courts to determine child custody. In the state of Maryland, there is not difference between the mother and father. Judges take all evidence into account before making a decision.
What determines physical custody in Maryland?
Physical custody is determined by the courts. The primary custodian has the children living with them most if not all the time. The other parent may have physical custody for a portion of the year, and that schedule is often listed in a parenting agreement.