Family Law Attorneys
Meet Our Attorneys
We are family law attorneys based in Columbia and Annapolis, Maryland. We represent clients throughout the state of Maryland in a wide range of family law circumstances, including divorce, prenuptial agreements, child custody, visitation and support, guardianship, adoption and name changes.
In addition, our family law attorney team represents clients in a select group of criminal offenses including DWI/DUI and traffic violations. No matter your situation, we are eager to speak with you. Once we are able to assess your legal needs, we will lay out the steps necessary to proceed and answer any of your questions. Above all, we remain accessible to you throughout the entire process.
As family law attorneys, our clients often tell us that we are great listeners. We believe that our ability to truly listen to the needs of our clients is one of the most important things we do. We approach each situation with respect for our client and an appreciation for his or her distinctive situation.
Every family law matter is unique because every case involves different types of people, emotions, circumstances and economic concerns. Solving your family law issue requires an intimate knowledge and understanding of you and your family dynamic.
communication is key
Every Family Law matter is unique in that every case involves different types of people, emotions, circumstances and economic concerns. To solve your family law issue requires an intimate knowledge and understanding of you and your family dynamic.
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Learn About Maryland Family Law
Frequently Asked Questions
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Questions And Answers
Until recently, Maryland law required a one-year legal separation period for all couples seeking divorce except in cases of domestic violence or adultery. The clock starts the day that parties cease to live together, and starts over if they move back in with each other at any point. (MSA) to forego the waiting period.
Child support is determined based on the Maryland Child Support Guidelines.
Child support is Court ordered. If the non-custodial parent fails to pay child support, the custodial parent can pursue legal action. Action the custodial parent can pursue in Maryland includes: contempt of court, wage garnishment, and determination of arrears.
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