As a divorce attorney, I rarely have cases that involve aspects of the US. Constitution.
Divorce and children. It does not always work out the way you think it will.
A Child Custody Commission in Maryland has advocated for a new statute to be passed in Maryland, re-thinking how judges decide child custody cases. I recently moderated a statewide seminar for a global child custody organization, AFCC, for judges, attorneys, legislators and mental health professionals on the proposed statute.