Tag Archives: family law

Turning down a helping hand

Apparently, there are no kids in Baltimore City who need foster care. Apparently, everyone is very well taken care of, and the city doesn’t need good-hearted people willing to come forward and take care of children who have been abused ...

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Issues with pro se litigants

A few weeks ago, I attended a Town Hall meeting aimed at addressing issues that arise in cases involving self-represented litigants.  While in law school, I don’t believe the thought of having a case against a party not represented by ...

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