Child custody battles can be emotionally charged and complex, but when concerns about a former spouse’s drug use arise, the situation becomes even more delicate. Protecting the best interests of
Not in the District of Columbia and not necessarily in Maryland. In both Maryland and the District of Columbia, child support payments continue until the child’s “age of majority.” In
Maryland’s revised divorce law will take effect on October 1, 2023. The most important aspect of the updated law is the replacement of the old “for-fault” grounds for seeking a
Co-parenting can be challenging enough when both parents live in the same country, but when one parent moves abroad and seeks custody of a child, the complexities can multiply. The
In today’s interconnected world, social media has transformed the way we communicate and connect with others. While it offers numerous benefits, excessive use can lead to a myriad of issues,
Maryland/D.C. Child Custody: Should Gender Affirmation Be Officially Considered As Part of the “Best Interests” of the Child?
In the news, California lawmakers are advancing legislation that would officially add gender affirmation to the list of factors to be considered by California divorce court judges when considering child