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Child Custody

Maryland family lawyers share their blog on various family law and divorce matters including child custody.

Non-Parental Custody

Non-parental custody, sometimes also referred to as third-party custody, refers to granting custody of a minor child to someone other than the parents of the child. It is usually given only in extreme cases when the child’s biological parents have either passed away, have been deemed unfit to parent, or have fostered a parental relationship […]

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Social Media Impacts Divorce and Custody Cases

Most people keep their cell phones within reaching distance, and post on social media without thinking too carefully. It can be a very risky habit; sharing pictures, personal information, and other details is often done without considering possible aftereffects. As the popularity of Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, and other platforms grow, a new field opened […]

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Children and Snow Days 

Living in the Mid-Atlantic, children throughout the state of Maryland are usually lucky enough to have a few snow days during the winter months. While these unexpected days off from school are a delight to children of all ages, they can be frustrating for working parents who must make last-minute arrangements when their children are […]

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Co-Parenting During the Holidays

The holiday season can be stressful when a couple divorces, especially when children are involved. Child custody arrangements made at the time the divorce is finalized often take holidays into consideration, but special events and changes in plans can disrupt even the most carefully planned child custody agreements. With careful planning and cooperation, divorced parents […]

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A Child’s Preference in Child Custody

Child custody battles between divorcing parents can be emotionally charged and stressful. When child custody disputes cannot be agreed upon by the parents, a judge must step in and decide what is best for the child. The Best Interest of the Child Standard gives children in Maryland a voice when parents cannot amicably agree on […]

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