Preparing to walk down the aisle can be a time of great excitement, but it is also a time to think about the future beyond your wedding date. It may not seem like a romantic prospect, but many marriages do end in divorce, and you may be wise to have a contingency plan in place. You can do this by drafting a prenuptial agreement.
One of the primary divorce legal issues that must be resolved when parents in Maryland decide to end their marriage is child custody. It is important to understand what child custody and visitation looks like in Maryland. This is true whether parents are negotiating a parenting plan out of court or whether they are turning to a judge to make child custody decisions.