There is no more stressful time for individuals than when their family is experiencing domestic difficulties.
Our lawyers are ready to assist you in all aspects of your case. A dispute with your spouse over your children and or your property is usually a bad situation and our goal is to represent your interests but not to make the situation any worse than it already is.
We will meet with you and discuss the law and the process you can expect to go through. We also will discuss that it is almost always best for you and your family if a resolution can be reached. If not however, we stand ready to represent you and protect your interests all the way through a trial.
By adopting a philosophy of trying not to make a bad situation worse, we have helped hundreds of families throughout Southern Maryland to get through very difficult times. It is important for you to have a good relationship with your attorney and be able to discuss your concerns in this difficult transition in your life.
We can help you with the following domestic matters: Divorce, Child Custody, Modification of Custody, Marital Property Disputes, Alimony, Child Support, Separation Agreements, Prenuptial Agreements and Protective Orders.
During this very stressful time for you our attorneys can meet with you and represent you throughout the entire process.
No matter whether your case involves the anxiety involved in a custody dispute or the stress of dividing up considerable property assets you have accumulated during your marriage, our attorneys will be there to protect your interests from the very beginning. Our lawyers are experienced in any Southern Maryland County. For any family law issue you may have please call our office and set up an appointment today.
Welcoming a new child into the home is an exciting time for parents.
With an adoption, that excitement occurs not with a trip home from the hospital, but from the courthouse. Our office has experience in assisting parents both with agency adoptions and with private adoptions. This is truly an exciting time for families and we want to assist you with this process.
Does your loved one need a guardianship? If they suffer from a disability and that disability impacts his or her ability to make decisions about daily life in such a way that they cannot manage their own finances and/or medical care, then you may need to consider petitioning the court for a guardianship. This is a proceeding which takes away the disabled person’s legal right to make most decisions, and places that decision making authority in the hands of a guardian.