We will handle your case with the utmost care and consideration for what is at stake. Whether you’re going through a contentious divorce, a high-conflict custody case, or simply need an attorney to review an out-of-court settlement agreement, we are at your service.
We can prepare the case for trial but will keep lines of communication open for opportunities to settle cases in which the parties interests are aligned.
Contact us if you need assistance with:
Child Custody and Child Support
There are a multitude of considerations to take into account when determining how to address familial matters. We will discuss medical insurance and expenses, work-related child care expenses, and all the existing conditions and contingencies that will add up to a child custody and/or child support plan that is best for you and your children. I can help you in find a way to protect the best interest of your child.
Contact us today. You’ll find very quickly that you and your children’s physical, financial, and emotional needs come first for me. I understand that you are dealing with matters that are of great importance to you. We take the fact that you trust us to handle these issues very seriously.
Fair Child Custody and Visitation Agreements
We are committed to protecting the best interests of my clients’ children in any custody matter. I believe the happiness and overall well-being of a child must be protected throughout the divorce process and beyond. Should safety concerns be a factor, I will strongly advocate for placement in a healthy environment. There is no reason why a parent should have fear for their child’s safety.
A parent who is currently in a custody arrangement may wish to alter the arrangement to suit their needs. If the custodial parent wishes to relocate for work, remarriage, or another reason, he or she will be required to seek a modification of the original court order. At my firm, I represent custodial and non-custodial parents seeking or objecting to relocation. I can help you negotiate a fair and workable custody and visitation agreement or I can work to prevent the relocation of your child.
In Maryland, almost every divorce is centered around one legal concept; Equitable distribution. Equitable distribution refers to the court’s division of marital property. “Equitable” isn’t necessarily “equal,” but rather fair, in the judge’s view. Maryland law requires this method. This is obviously simpler when a couple has few assets. However, marital assets may include real estate, personal property (like jewelry, furniture, personal belongings) and intangible property (like pension plans, 401K plans, investment accounts, bank accounts, etc.). We can give you an idea of how a court would treat various assets, and negotiate or litigate these issues for you.