Author Archives: Daily Record Staff

GAMAL HELAL v. HEBA HELAL (access required)

Divorce — Prenuptial agreement — Validity This comes to us from two interlocutory orders in an ongoing divorce case. In one of the orders, the court invalidated the prenuptial agreement between the parties at the request of the wife. In ...

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GREGORY MARTIN JIMENEZ v. MICHELLE LEE LONG-JIMENEZ (access required)

Divorce — Alimony — Calculation On August 30, 2019, the Circuit Court of Washington County entered a Judgment of Absolute Divorce between Gregory Martin Jimenez (“Appellant”) and Michelle Lee Long-Jimenez (“Appellee”). Under the Circuit Court’s decree, Appellant must make rehabilitative ...

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FELICIA MAXSAM v. DAVID MAXSAM (access required)

Divorce — Motion to revise Qualified Domestic Relations Order — Timeliness Appellant, Felicia Maxsam, challenges that the Circuit Court erred in granting Appellee David Maxsam’s Motion to Revise and Amend Qualified Domestic Relations Order (“QDRO”) because the Motion was filed ...

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IN RE: JAMES YOST TESTAMENTARY TRUST (access required)

Estates and trusts — Last will and testament — Creation of income or capital receipts Kimberly A. Morgan and Allen Frederick Yost appeal from a judgment of the Circuit Court for Washington County, the Honorable Andrew F. Wilkinson presiding, that ...

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STARSHA SEWELL v. JOHN HOWARD (access required)

Child support — Circuit court jurisdiction — Law of the case Starsha Sewell, appellant, and John Howard, appellee, are the parents of two minor children. On July 29, 2014, the Circuit Court for Prince George’s County entered an order granting ...

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SHAUN BARRINGER v. LYNN BARRINGER (access required)

Child custody — Visitation — Work-related restrictions This case is before us on appeal from the Circuit Court for Talbot County where appellant, Shaun Barringer (“S. Barringer”), challenges the December 4, 2019 Memorandum Opinion and Judgment of Absolute Divorce (“Memorandum ...

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IN RE: M. (access required)

CINA — Reunification efforts — Effect of pandemic When M. was three-years old, the Circuit Court for Baltimore City, sitting as a juvenile court, declared her to be a child in need of assistance (“CINA”) due to neglect, removed her ...

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IN RE: R.C. (access required)

CINA — Exceptions — Timeliness The Circuit Court for Howard County, sitting as a juvenile court, ordered the transfer of custody of minor child R.C. from biological mother (“Ms. D.” or “Mother”) to biological father (“Mr. C.” or “Father”), following ...

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