There are few situations in life where the stakes are as high as in cases related to your marriage and your family.
When the stakes run high, so do your emotions. But in the midst of the anger, doubt, depression, and other emotions you are feeling right now, it is important to make educated, well-informed, and smart decisions about how you proceed. With so much on the line, from your property, to your future earnings, to your time with your children, you do not want to act rashly out of emotion, and you cannot afford to be ill-informed.
This is why it is essential that you have the knowledge of an experienced team of family law lawyers at your side.
Put Your Future and Your Interests in the Hands of an Experienced Maryland Family Law Firm
The lawyers at Jimeno & Gray are an experienced team of lawyers. We will stick by you every step of the way and help you navigate this difficult time. We will ease the emotional burden, give you confidence in the outcome, and allow you to focus on your life. Most importantly, we will give you the winning strategy you need to protect your interests, your family, and your future.
If you are facing a separation, divorce, or child custody dispute in the state of Maryland, we can help you. With the right attorney, you can start the next phase of your life in great way and Jimeno & Gray will get you there.
Schedule Your Consultation with Jimeno & Gray by Calling Us at (410) 590-9401
Do Not Take Action Related to Your Marriage or Your Family Without the Proper Information – The Consequences Could Be Severe
We know that you are seeking closure. It is only natural to want to move on as soon as possible at a time like this, but do not let your desire for a quick resolution put your future at risk.
We want you to get the closure you desire. But we also want you to start the next phase of your life out on the right foot. And that means providing you with the correct information about the family law process and about selecting your attorney.
Free Guide to Maryland Divorce
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We’ve spent out entire careers practicing law in the state of Maryland and have put all that we know about Maryland divorce law into this concise guide.
After reading this book, you’ll learn what you need to know to understand the Maryland divorce process, select an attorney that will fight for your future, and come out on top.
This is one of the most critical decisions you will ever make; don’t hire an attorney until you’ve read this book!
Contact Our Maryland Family Law Attorneys Today
If you have questions, need more information, or your case involves other areas of family law, such as child custody, separation agreements, and child support, we’d like to invite you into our offices for a consultation.
We have offices in Glen Burnie, Columbia, and Annapolis.
Call (410) 590-9401 to schedule your face-to-face consultation.
We have extensive experience in all areas of Maryland family law, including:
Divorce is a complicated and emotionally trying process. We will guide you through the entire process, from choosing the type of divorce under which you should to file to what your responsibilities are at each stage of the court proceedings.
Fighting for the custody of your much-loved children is one of the most painful and gut-wrenching experiences a parent can go through. We are experienced attorneys in this area of family law and in the nuances of joint custody, physical custody, and legal custody. We understand the most important criteria used by judges in determining custody in the state of Maryland and we will do everything we can to ensure the right outcome for you and your kids.
Your children are entitled to the support of both of their parents. No child should be placed under financial burden as a result of the separation or divorce of the parents. We will ensure that your spouse’s financial obligations to your children are not overlooked, that your obligations are not overstated, and that your kids get the love and support they deserve.
A separation agreement to an eventual divorce, once executed by both parties, is non-modifiable and legally enforceable. As such, it is absolutely important that you do not enter into such an agreement without the consultation of a legal professional. We can help you execute a separation agreement that benefits you and helps you move forward down the right path.