The parents have filed suit, went to mediation, attended trial, or settled their issues as they relate to child custody, visitation, and support. As a result, the parents have a visitation and holiday schedule, established modes of communication, and settled on child support. The parents are satisfied or as best as they can be in the situation. Anything missing?
Welcome back to #FamilyFriday! In the last several weeks ERA Law Group, LLC moved to its new location at 20 Ridgely Avenue, Suite 204, Annapolis, Maryland. We are excited to welcome you to our new office!
On this week’s #FamilyFriday article, ERA Law Group, LLC wants to discuss some recent changes in Maryland Law including the admissibility of Domestic Violence Orders in divorce cases and getting back your maiden name!
A source of worry and concern for many clients involve what to expect when they go to Court for their divorce. What will my spouse’s attorney ask me? What dirty laundry is going to be shared? What will the Judge decide? On this week’s #FamilyFriday article, the attorneys of ERA Law Group, LLC want to give an overview of what it will actually look like in a courtroom the day of your hearing.
Many people find themselves in a precarious situation when their spouse, parent, sibling, friend, etc. are no longer able to feed themselves regularly, pay their bills, see the doctor, and generally not take care of their person or finances. When a person is no longer able to appropriately care for themselves or manage their property, it is important to ensure that they are protected. When a person will not or cannot voluntarily seek assistance on their own, you may have to request the Court to intervene in order to ensure their safety.