Maryland law now requires parents involved in custody cases and divorce cases involving minor children to work towards finalizing a Parenting Plan. If an agreement cannot be reached, the new tools provided by the Maryland Legislature require parents to submit, in advance of a trial, a joint statement outlining the points on the proposed Parenting Plan with which they disagree.
Attorney Thomas Mulinazzi is trained in Collaborative Law, a specific alternative legal process allowing couples who have decided to divorce to resolve issues including custody, child support, alimony / spousal support, property, counsel fees, and other issues, by working with a small group of highly qualified professionals in order to avoid uncertain outcomes of litigation and to achieve a mutually agreeable resolution that best meets the specific needs of their family.
Whether or not you choose to utilize the voluntary collaborative process, the divorce attorneys at MLO/Mulinazzi Law Office expertly draft agreements, including Parenting Plans, in a way that does not destroy the rebuilding of trust and which creates a strong foundation for co-parenting and communication in even the most contentious divorces. Contact us today to fight out your rights.