Many people have heard that joint parenting or co-parenting is often considered a good way to raise a child after divorce. However, this type of parenting may not suit everyone's situation. Fortunately, there are situations that allow you to reap some of the benefits...
Wills & Estate
Month: April 2022
When you split from your child’s other parent in Maryland, you may need the state’s family court system to set child custody terms on your behalf. Anytime you task the state with doing so, you have to submit something called a parenting plan. Ideally, you and your ex...