Civil disputes between family members can be tense proceedings with emotions running high on all sides. In these types of family-related civil cases, an attorney is a valuable asset in your corner. An attorney can help alleviate tension, conduct negotiations, and advocate compellingly on your behalf.
Blackford & Flohr – serving clients in Gambrills, MD, and the surrounding areas – has provided Maryland families with legal advice and counsel for more than a decade. We offer specialized knowledge in Maryland family law proceedings, including divorce, adoption, child custody, child support, alimony and marriage-related cases.
What Is Maryland Family Law?
Family law pertains to the rules, regulations and laws pertaining to the family unit. These are civil cases, and they can be related to a range of family-related subjects, including alimony, child custody and child support. Blackford & Flohr provides counsel for a range of family-related cases, including:
Marriage rarely requires legal counsel unless one party wants to arrange a prenuptial agreement. A prenuptial agreement is entered into before marriage, and it requires specialized legal knowledge to draft and file.
Divorce & Alimony:
Divorce cases are often tense legal proceedings, requiring an attorney that can successfully advocate on behalf of the client. Alimony, in which one party is required to provide financial support, is another area of divorce proceedings that requires the expertise of a divorce attorney.
Child Custody & Child Support:
Child custody and support cases, whether amicable or not, require a negotiated agreement. An attorney advocates on behalf of the client to deliver an agreement that’s suited to the client’s needs.
How Blackford & Flohr Can Help Clients in Gambrills, MD
Family law cases may be amicable, but many times they are difficult proceedings. Blackford & Flohr provides specialized knowledge of Maryland’s family-related laws to our clients, and our team of skilled litigators helps aggressively advocate on our clients behalf. Contact us today for a free consultation regarding your case.