What types of cases are considered family law cases?
Most commonly family law cases include Absolute Divorce, Limited Divorce, Annulment, Child’s Legal and Physical Custody, Child Support, Adoption and Order Enforcement
What counties do you appear?
Our firm generally appears in the Harford, Cecil and Baltimore County Circuit Courts.
Do I need an attorney?
It is generally encouraged that everyone at least schedule a consultation with an attorney to discuss their case. For more information on the benefits of an attorney please look at our firm’s blog.
Do you offer Consultations and how much are they?
Our office offers free one hour consultations for all family law related cases.
Does a consultation commit me to anything?
Our free one hour consultations do not commit you to anything. If you wish to hire our firm, you will first sign a Retainer Agreement before any funds are exchanged.
What are your hours?
All of our clients and potential clients meet by appointment. Our office is flexible and willing to work to best accommodate your schedule.
Should I wait until I am ready to file a Complaint before I meet with you?
No, you should contact our office immediately when involved in any family law related matter. Our office can provide beneficial assistance and guidance prior to any official pleadings being filed with the Circuit Court.
How can I contact you?
How much will my case cost?
No attorney can provide you a definite all-inclusive cost for your family matter. The cost of your case will depend entirely on the parties, facts of the case, attorneys and numerous other factors involved. No two cases are alike. Our office is committed to providing the most efficient and cost effective representation for our clients.
How long will my case take?
No attorney can provide you with a definite time period for which your matter would be resolved. Like the costs of your cases, the length depends entirely on the parties, facts of the case, attorneys and other factors involved. Our office commits to effective and expeditious representation of our clients. Wasted time equates to wasted money.
Do I need to file for Separation from my spouse prior to meeting with you or filing for Divorce?
No, unlike other States, the State of Maryland does not require any formal filing of Separation prior to beginning the Absolute or Limited Divorce process. In some instances, the parties do not even need to be separated to file for Divorce.
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