Child Custody, Support and Visitation

Child Custody, Support and Visitation

Maryland and Washington, D.C., Attorneys Advise on Child Custody, Visitation and Child Support

Whether parents are divorcing or were never married, family law courts expect child custody agreements that take into account the best interests of the children. When mother and father live separately, cooperation and consideration are necessary for successful execution of a child custody and visitation plan that will disrupt the children's lives as little as possible.

Contact the Maryland law offices of Joseph, Greenwald & Laake, P.A. to schedule a consultation regarding any of the following aspects of child support and child custody:

  • Joint custody
  • Primary and secondary custody
  • Visitation by a non-custodial parent
  • Joint legal custody
  • Joint physical custody
  • Sole legal custody
  • Sole physical custody
  • The interplay between child custody and child support
  • Child custody modifications
  • Child support modifications
  • Application of the state child support calculator
  • Exceptions to the state child support calculator

Putting the Law to Work for Fathers, Mothers and Children of Divorce

We are in the practice of law to help people protect their rights and improve their lives. For 40 years, Joseph, Greenwald & Laake, P.A. has offered highly qualified legal counsel and representation to divorced, divorcing and separated parents in the Maryland and D.C. area.

When both parents seek primary custody of children after divorce or separation, a mutually agreeable resolution may seem out of reach. However, our lawyers have helped many individuals and couples achieve just that ― a satisfactory child custody agreement ― through divorce mediation and/or collaborative law.

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