Family Law

Policy on Scheduling Family Cases When a Party is Incarcerated

From the Chambers of The Honorable Ruth Ann Jakubowski, Circuit Court for Baltimore County   The Circuit Court will not issue a Writ of Habeas Corpus to bring a party in a Family case from the jail to attend a Scheduling Conference, a Status Conference, a Child Access Mediation, a Child Access Evaluation or a…

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Family Division Assignments 2017-2018

The following Judges will serve in the Family Law Division for six months, effective January 1, 2017: Judge Mickey J. Norman Judge John J. Nagle III Judge Jan Marshall Alexander Judge Justin J. King Judge Colleen Cavanaugh Judge Keith R. Truffer The following Judges will serve in the Family Law Division for six months, effective…

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Circuit Court: Family Division Liaisons

Please feel free to contact Mr. Levasseur or Ms. Walsh directly with any concerns or feedback to share: what’s working, what’s not, ideas for improvement, etc. William R. Levasseur, Jr., Esquire 22 West Pennsylvania Avenue, Suite 202 Towson, MD 21204 410-321-0400 wlevasseurjr@levlawmd.com Annamaria M. Walsh, Esquire Walsh Legal, LLC 406 East Joppa Road Towson, MD…

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Family Law: New policy on rescheduling Settlement Conference

From: ¬†Hon. Ruth Ann Jakubowski Date: ¬†March 24, 2016 Effective April 1, 2016, all Settlement Court conferences that need to be rescheduled following a postponement must be done within five days of counsel receiving notification from Settlement Court of new possible dates. It is the responsibility of counsel that requested the postponement to contact opposing…

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