Md. appellate court again clarifies jurisdiction in custody-with-cohabitation cases (access required)

A circuit court has jurisdiction to resolve a child custody dispute when the parents are still living together and regardless of their marital status, the Court of Special Appeals has held. The ruling in Holbrook v. Newell, extends the logic of a 2006 Court of Appeals case, Ricketts v. Ricketts, which held a trial court could ...

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