Can a family law firm help unmarried, cohabitating parents?

According to a recent report, the number of unmarried parents who are living together and raising their children has increased in the last decade. The study tracked births to unmarried American women over a 25-year period. In 1985, that portion accounted for only 22...

Does geographic location affect child custody determinations?

When parents have plans to relocate after a divorce, does that impact child custody determinations? Possibly. Under Maryland law, a court will examine a variety of factors in determining the best interest standard on a minor child’s behalf. Such factors may include...

How will a new Maryland law affect legal separations?

Although it might not occur to couples already in the process of a divorce, drawing up a legal separation agreement can offer additional protections. A separation agreement functions like a binding contract during the pendency of the divorce, pursuant to which an...