Archive for May, 2015

It’s Complicated: Third-Party Visitation Rights in Maryland

It’s Complicated: Third-Party Visitation Rights in Maryland

  • May 21st, 2015
  • LaSheena Washington
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For many biological parents, establishing child custody and visitation is an important part of their separation or divorce. However, a strong desire to establish a stable visitation schedule isn’t only important for a minor child’s biological parents. Many third parties such as grandparents, stepparents, and domestic partners of a biological…

Who’s your daddy? A look at Paternity cases in Maryland

Who’s your daddy? A look at Paternity cases in Maryland

  • May 12th, 2015
  • Kumudha Kumarachandran
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Questions as to the paternity of a minor child are very common and can often require the court’s involvement. Both mothers and potential fathers can bring a Complaint to Determine Paternity in front of the court.  The court can also order paternity testing in cases where minor children are in…