Category Archives: Child Custody
How To Pursue Changes To A Parenting Plan In Maryland
If you’ve been divorced for any period of time, chances are life has changed since the time the custody agreement was initially written. If you’ve been considering requesting changes to that agreement, you should know that while it is possible, it will take some time, energy, and a form or two!. The Court’s Focus … Read More »
Is Birdnesting The Best Way For You To Share Custody?
It’s tough being a child of divorce. A kid’s entire world changes, and they are completely powerless to do anything about it. Suddenly they find themselves filling backpacks with clothes, shoes, homework, and the like, hauling their possessions from one house to another as they rearrange their lives to accommodate parents who no longer… Read More »
What Custody/Visitation Rights Do Maryland Stepparents Have In Divorce?
More and more these days divorces are becoming more complex when it comes to child custody and visitation. One reason is that many stepparents who took an active role in the raising of a child during the marriage wish to continue to do so when the marriage fails. This occurs with both same-sex and… Read More »
Custody Considerations When One Parent Is Unfit
If you are going through a divorce, one of the most important decisions to be made revolves around your children. With whom will they live? Who will have legal custody and the ability to make important decisions about medical issues, education, and so forth? Can you and your former partner collaborate in the best… Read More »