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Family law matters are difficult and emotionally trying.  They often cause uncertainty and doubt. Our resources section is filled with helpful information on a variety of family law matters.  It is intended to help you educate yourself on the divorce & family law process in Maryland and D.C.

Annulment In Maryland and Its Consequences

There are basically three general avenues by which a marriage can end: death, divorce and annulment. Death is obvious and divorce is the most commonly thought of endpoint to a marriage when death does not terminate it first. The often less contemplated end to a marriage is by annulment.

Santo v. Santo & Joint Custody With Tie-Breaking Authority in Maryland

In a recent decision, Santo v. Santo (citation not yet available), published July 11, 2016, the Maryland Court of Appeals confirmed a trial judge’s authority to award one party tie-breaking authority, for legal custody, even when parents have an inability to communicate on major decisions affecting the health, education, welfare, religion of a minor child. What does this mean in your case?
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