Opinions

IN RE: L.S.

CINA — Challenge to concurrent permanency plan — Interlocutory appeal On February 12, 2014, the Circuit Court for Prince George’s County, sitting as a juvenile court, with the agreement of Libra S. (“Mother”), determined that then five-yearold L.S. (“the child”) ...

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IN RE: T.D.

Child custody — Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act — Juvenile-court jurisdiction Appellant, A.M., appeals from a Concurrent Plan of Unification and Custody and Guardianship to a Relative decreed by the Circuit Court for Prince George’s County sitting as ...

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SIL MUDSI v. ELIZABETH MUNA

Child support — Motion to modify — Failure to provide financial information In this appeal from a child support, custody, and visitation action in the Circuit Court for Howard County, Sil Mudsi, appellant, challenges the court’s dismissal of his amended ...

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WALTER R. HURT v. VERDENA JONES-HURT

Divorce — Marital property — Military pension When Verdena Jones-Hurt (“Wife”) and Walter Hurt (“Husband”), a veteran, divorced, the Circuit Court for Baltimore City included one-third of Husband’s military pension in the marital property award it ordered in Wife’s favor. ...

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IN RE: ADOPTION/GUARDIANSHIP OF T.A., JR.

CINA — Termination of parental rights — Admissibility of reports This appeal stems from the erroneous admission of hearsay evidence (Exhibit 91) during proceedings that terminated the rights of T.A.’s biological parents. Mother did not appeal. Father has brought this ...

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NATASHA BURAK v. MARK BURAK, et al

Child custody — Grandparents — Third-party custody We consider whether the Circuit Court for Montgomery County properly determined that the grandparents of a minor child may intervene in a custody action between the child’s parents and whether the circuit court ...

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JUDITH DEL ROSARIO FORRESTEL v. BRADLEY ADAM FORRESTEL

Child visitation — Court-ordered psychological evaluation — Mother’s constitutional right On April 8, 2016, the Circuit Court for Howard County awarded joint pendente lite legal custody of their son (“Child”) to Bradley Forrestel (“Father”) and Judith Forrestel (“Mother”). In defiance ...

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