The ins and outs of the parenting coordination process (access required)

If you’re a family law practitioner, then understanding and using Maryland Rule 9-205.2 may not only improve your practice but may help you better serve clients locked in thorny or complex divorce and child custody cases. That’s the assertion of Laura Burrows Haviland, an Annapolis-based family law attorney who has used parenting coordination –the focus of ...

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