Divorce and other family law issues can be emotional and difficult. Many people are unsure of what their legal rights are. We have put together the following frequently asked questions to help you understand your options. McCabe Russell provides expert legal help for all types of family law cases for Maryland residents. Please contact us for a consultation about your case.
Please click on a frequently asked questions category below:
- Questions About Our Family Law Firm
McCabe Russell has family law offices near Columbia and in Rockville, Maryland. Our attorneys have over 25 years of experience handling family law cases involving high conflict divorce, domestic violence, second parent adoption, and more. Read our Firm FAQ to learn more.
- Questions About Child Custody and Child Support
How your children will be affected is one of the most difficult aspects of divorce. This section of our FAQ is dedicated to answering some of the common questions about child custody and child support.
- Questions About Alimony in Maryland
Here are some frequently asked questions about how the courts handle alimony in the State of Maryland.
- Questions About Alternate Dispute Resolution
Here are some frequently asked questions about alternate dispute resolution, including Collaborative Divorce.
- Questions About Divorce
We understand that many aspects of divorce cause anger and anxiety. We are experts in handling even the most contentious and complex cases under Maryland law. Please read our frequently asked questions about divorce for information that may help you.
- Questions About Domestic Violence
Domestic violence can affect anyone. Our attorneys have answered some questions about what constitutes domestic violence and actions a victim of domestic violence or abuse can take to get protection under the law.
- Questions About Prenuptial Agreements in Maryland
Are you considering a prenuptial agreement for your marriage? Our divorce attorneys have answered a few frequently asked questions about the legal aspects of prenuptial agreements in the State of Maryland.