Md. family law practitioners say parenting plan rule going smoothly (access required)

Ten months into 2020, attorneys like Pilar Nichols are unfazed by the new rules for child custody cases implemented in January that require parties  to fill out a parenting plan or joint statement for the judge. For Nichols, the forms mean an extra step, but they haven’t changed the conversations she’s having with clients or the ...

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