If you are going through a custody or divorce proceeding involving children, you may have heard the phrase, “the best interest of the child.” Well, what does that really mean and how is it relevant to your family law case?
Maryland courts decide child custody disputes by making a finding as to what is in the child's best interest. There is no straight forward test, but rather the court considers a multitude of factors on a case by case basis. It is the courts job to listen to the evidence and arguments from each side and make a decision as to what custody arrangement will be best for the child. Since there is no exhaustive list of factors the court considers in child custody cases, it is invaluable to have an attorney who can present your case in the best way possible. The attorneys at Patriots Law Group have extensive experience handling child custody cases.
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Molly Cioffi is an attorney with PLG that regularly handles family law cases in Maryland. Call 301-952-9000 to schedule a consultation.
DISCLAIMER: The information above is for informational purposes only and is not intended to serve as legal advice for any particular situation. No attorney-client relationship is intended or created by this information and may not be relied upon based on the above-statements. Each individual situation is different and therefore a consultation is necessary before any advice can be relied upon as appropriate and accurate for your situation. This information is current as of February 14, 2020.
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