Custody & Visitation

ERIC LAPPI v. CYNTHIA KAMGA NENKAM

Child custody — Judicial bias — Denial of custody request Eric Lappi, appellant, and Cynthia Kamga Nenkam, appellee, are the parents of S.L., a minor child. On August 13, 2018, the Circuit Court for Montgomery County entered an order granting ...

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LEMLEM REDAE v. YOSEPH SEYOUM

Child custody — Joint legal and physical custody — Best interest of the child This case arises from a dispute between Lemlem Redae (“Mother”), appellant, and Yoseph Seyoum, (“Father”), appellee, regarding their son, A.S. Mother appeals the custody and child ...

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OLEG KAPUSTIN v. EVGENIYA LUGOVKIN

Child custody — Motion to modify — Due process Oleg Kapustin, appellant, and Evgeniya Lugovkin, appellee, have been involved in a custody dispute regarding their two minor children for over ten years. On November 8, 2017, the court issued an ...

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ANDREA FERA v. YUMNA KALUF

Child custody — Motion to modify — Material change in circumstance Andrea Fera (“Father”), appellant, and Yumna Kaluf (“Mother”), appellee, are the divorced parents of a 15-year-old daughter (the “Child”). In 2014, the parties entered into a consent order appointing ...

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ANN PENTECOST v. JOSEPH PENTECOST

Child custody — Joint legal custody — Tie-breaking authority This case arises out of a divorce proceeding involving Ann Pentecost (“Mother”), appellant, and Joseph Pentecost (“Father”), appellee. The couple have two children, Daniel, born in January 2005, and Vincent, born ...

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EVANS IHENACHOR v. PAIGE MARTIN

Child custody — Order — Jurisdiction of circuit court Evans Ihenachor (“Father”), appellant, and Paige Martin (“Mother”), appellee, are the parents of a 4-year-old daughter, O.I. When O.I. was less than six months old, Father filed a complaint for custody ...

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STARSHA SEWELL v. JOHN HOWARD

Child custody — 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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