Every year, Maryland’s legislature passes new laws that impact many Maryland family law cases. This session, the Maryland legislature passed a significant number of family law related bills into laws. Here is a look at several new laws that, beginning October 1, 2017, may potentially change your divorce, domestic violence, child support, or other Maryland…

In Maryland, a common misunderstanding assumes that domestic violence is limited to physical or psychological abuse used to threaten, injure or intimidate a partner. The reality is that for many victims of domestic violence in Montgomery County and Prince George’s County, domestic violence does not always result in easily detected physical injuries. Domestic violence encompasses…

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