Maryland Law Blog

Custody Laws in Maryland

September 30, 2021

All co-parents need to be familiar with the laws that surround child custody. Although there are federal custody laws that you’ll have to abide by, Maryland also has a set of unique custody laws that you will need to follow. Check out some of these Maryland-specific child custody laws Types of Child Custody There are […]

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What Are Good Reasons to Get Primary Physical and Sole Legal Custody?

September 14, 2021

You’re ready to separate from your spouse or partner, but don’t think co-parenting is the best option for your child. That’s why you want to request primary physical and sole legal custody of your child. If you have sole custody, your child will live with you full time, subject to the other parent’s possible visitation […]

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Why Summer is the Best Time to Modify Parenting Agreements

July 28, 2021

Summertime for kids is the best time of the year. There’s no school, and they get to do plenty of fun summer activities. Although this is a fun time for kids, it can pose a difficult time for parents. With no school and more time spent at home, it can be difficult to allocate time […]

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Both Parents Have Rights: What it Means to Work With A Parents’ Rights Attorney

July 6, 2021

It takes two to make a baby, and the court certainly recognizes that fact. In Maryland, the court presumes both natural parents as the natural custodians of their children and doesn’t favor the mother or father. So what does that mean for child custody? Here are the areas where a parents’ rights attorney can help. […]

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How Does Custody Work for Unmarried Parents?

August 19, 2020

Families come in all different shapes and sizes. Some include children from previous relationships, some include parents that are divorced or separated, and some include children of unmarried parents. If you have children with someone you are not married to, you might be wondering how child custody works in Maryland. Here’s what you need to […]

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The Facts About Child Custody in Maryland

June 11, 2020

Before you file for custody in Maryland, it’s important to familiarize yourself with the different aspects of the child custody process. When you educate yourself on this process and work with the right Baltimore County child custody lawyer, you can get a better understanding of how custody works in Maryland and improve your chance of […]

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How to Navigate the Custody Process

February 3, 2020

When you go through a divorce or a breakup and there are children involved, the process can be complicated and emotionally taxing for you and your ex-partner. Understanding how custody agreements commonly work will help you better navigate this process and allow for the best outcome for your child. Step 1: Child Custody Petition At […]

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Communication & Co-Parenting

January 10, 2020

Unless you and your ex-partner have an amicable separation, co-parenting can be a highly frustrating and emotional task. Your children are already going through a tough time due to their parents’ breakup, so it’s vital to the wellness of each member of your family that you and your ex find ways to co-parent in a […]

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How to Handle Pets During a Divorce

September 30, 2019

Although many of us view our pets like they are our children, in the eyes of the law they are classified as our personal property. Furry friends are handled in a divorce similarly to our property, like cars and other personal possessions. Divorce is a difficult process to go through, and pet custody can be […]

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