Unreported

LYONEL JOSE, JR. v. SANDRA JOSE (FARNHAM) (access required)

Child custody — Physical custody — Stick to the agreement Lyonel Jose, Jr. (“Father”), the appellant, and Sandra Farnham, formerly Sandra Jose, (“Mother”), the appellee, are the divorced parents of a now eight-year-old daughter (“Daughter”). This case comes a second ...

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MARIE POULIN v. RUSSELL CHOWDHURY (access required)

Child custody — Removing child to another state — Motion to enjoin After learning that appellant, Marie Poulin, intended to relocate to Texas with their minor child, appellee, Russell Chowdhury, filed an emergency motion to enjoin appellant from removing the ...

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NAKIA POPE v. NOLDON POPE (access required)

Child custody — Sole legal custody — Parents’ capacity to reach shared decisions This appeal arises out of a divorce action between appellant (“Mother”) and appellee (“Father”) in which both parties sought sole legal custody of their two children. The ...

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NASHWA HOLT v. ERIC HOLT (access required)

Child visitation — Child abuse — Expert testimony We are once again called upon to review a child access dispute between Nashwa Holt (“Mother”) and Eric Holt (“Father”). Just last year, a panel of this Court affirmed an order of ...

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DAVID COLBERT v. PAMELA MERRICK (access required)

Child custody — Primary physical custody — Best interest of child By order dated December 2, 2016, the Circuit Court for Baltimore City awarded joint legal custody of M.C. (born March 2011) to her natural parents, appellant David Colbert (“Father”) ...

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MICHELLE G. vs. DARYL L. F., ET AL (access required)

Child custody — De facto parent — Parental presumption In this private custody proceeding, appellant, Michelle G., appeals from the order of the Circuit Court for Prince George’s County denying her petition for sole legal and physical custody of her ...

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FELICIA D. AMOS-HOOVER v. ANTONIO J. AMOS, SR (access required)

Child custody — Due process — Custody evaluation prior to filing Pro se appellant, Felicia Amos-Hoover (“Felicia”), and her now ex-husband, appellee Antonio Amos, Sr. (“Antonio”) were divorced pursuant to a judgment of absolute divorce issued by the Circuit Court ...

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