Baltimore County & Towson Child Custody Lawyer | Negotiation.
We Will Strive To Resolve Your Case Reasonably And Quickly. If That Does Not Happen, We Will Fight For You Until Hell Freezes Over, And Then On The Ice.
Our Family Law Firm Has a Successful Track Record Settling Baltimore County Custody Matters.
Even though Amar S. Weisman is willing and able to try your family law case with skill and precision, at The Law Offices of Amar S. Weisman, we settle the majority of child custody in front of The Circuit Court for Baltimore County. Unless you and/or the other side has unrealistic expectations, two competent Towson Family Lawyers ought to be able to settle a case in a manner that spares everyone the time, money, and anxiety that go along with high-conflict child custody litigation.
Why It Is Impossible to Tell You If and When Your Child Custody Case Before It Begins.
Although the timing of a settlement cannot be predicted due to variables like the litigation style of the opposing party and the scope of the legal custody, physical custody and child support disputes and differences, settlements in Baltimore & Towson usually occur after there has been an opportunity to gather and exchange evidence & discovery and the completion of any custody evaluation and drug/alcohol screening ordered at the Scheduling Conference.
Settling Cases At Family Law Mediation In The Circuit Court for Baltimore County.
Mediation provides an additional settlement opportunity if you are properly prepared by your Baltimore County Family Law Attorney. The Law Offices of Amar S. Weisman has a track record of collaborating with top Baltimore County mediators who specialize in Alternative Dispute Resolution ("ADR") including helping clients prepare for settlement discussions at the Settlement Conference and the Mediation that usually follows the scheduling Conference pursuant to the Baltimore County Family Law Case Differentiated Case Management Plan.
Using Baltimore County Parent Coordinators To Achieve Settlement Of Child Custody Disputes.
A settlement is still possible even if there might be disputes between the parties in the foreseeable future. To the extent both parents are willing, the Parenting Plan can refer the parties to a parent coordinator to facilitate communication concerning legal custody and physical custody issues. When both parties are willing, parent coordinators can quickly and economically resolve minor disputes about physical custody issues like visitation times and parental access to the parties do not have to engage lawyers and return to court whenever there is a disagreement. The approach parent coordinators take focuses on the children even if one parent is focusing on their self-interest. Parent Coordinators cannot settle major legal custody disputes under Maryland Law.
Why Settle Your Child Custody Case?
Amar S. Weisman is skilled trial lawyer capable of taking your Child Custody case to the Merits Trial.The majority of cases do not need to go to trial because we help negotiate a satisfactory solution. Many cases settle when both parties realize there is no way tell what a judge might do. Settlement Agreements allow parents to craft customized solutions that work for their own schedules.
Call (410) 321-4994 For a Consultation With Towson Divorce & Child Custody Family Lawyer Amar S. Weisman.
If you are seeking client-focused, goal-orientated and personal representation to handle your Baltimore County family law matter, then contact us at (410) 321-4994 to schedule a consultation. Although we do not charge for consultations, you should know the purpose of the consultation is to determine whether Amar S. Weisman and the Law Offices of Amar S. Weisman is a good fit to protect your financial future and/or your parental rights. If you wish to obtain legal services to zealously pursue your interests, you will be required to pay a retainer. The typical retainer is $2,500.00 but the cost of your case depends on its level of conflict and complexity. For more information, please see our Policy on Fees and Costs.
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