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Alice Elaine dansker Doyle

Eldersburg Family Law Attorney.

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  1. What will be the outcome for a father that has abandoned a child since birth then two years later file for visitation

    Answered 4 months ago.

    1. Jeffrey B Henry
    2. David Raymond Mahood
    3. Thomas K. Mallon
    4. Alice Elaine dansker Doyle
    4 lawyer answers

    Your inquiry doesn't provide the reason for the two-year long absence. The reason for the long stretch will likely have an impact on the answer. If it is on the order of a lack of interest or some other voluntary factor, it will still be necessary to show why it is not in the best interests of your child to get to know his father now, and to develop a relationship. Or is it based on an involuntary reason such as incarceration or the father did not know he was your child's father? I suggest...

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  2. If you were married to a registered sex offender and now divorced from him is he allowed to have overnight stays with your

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Alice Elaine dansker Doyle
    2. Alaina Lee Storie
    2 lawyer answers

    Based only on the limit information in your inquiry, I saw a big red flag in front of my face. In some ways it's dangerous to answer questions with limited information because there is often more to the "story." However, in this case, we know there's (a) a registered sex offender, b) minor children and c) a mom who may be placing financial support over her daughters' safety and well-being. Not a good combination. I advise you to contact your daughter and let her know you take this very...

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  3. Do u think my friend really needs a lawyer?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Bennett James Wills
    2. Alice Elaine dansker Doyle
    3. Richard D. Lebovitz
    4. Peggy Margaret Raddatz
    4 lawyer answers

    This is an interesting question because the answer is really a sound "maybe." I say that because technically your friend doesn't actually need a lawyer. He can represent himself and, as previously responded, find the domestic relations forms online. The challenge is that so often people don't get a lawyer because they believe the case is/was "simple", only to find out when they get to court that there was something they didn't think about (because they aren't a lawyer) and then they realize...

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  4. Can my ex's attorney prohibit that I speak Russian to my bi-lingual son when he's w/Dad, if the court order doesn't prohibit it?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Thomas E Mulinazzi
    2. David Raymond Mahood
    3. Alice Elaine dansker Doyle
    3 lawyer answers

    As Mr. Mulinazzi said, the short answer is "no." Your ex's attorney does not hage the right to order constraints not addressed/prohibited by court. I'm interested to know if you have an attorney, and if so, does the other attorney know that? If so, the communication should be with your lawyer, not directly with you. It may be helpful to learn the basis of the objection to see if there is a way to respond to the interest/goal behind the demand in case it is something you hadn't considered....

  5. I am the defendent in a uncontested/absolute divorce case in MD, do I need to show up for the Masters Hearing?

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. Keith R Havens
    2. Alice Elaine dansker Doyle
    2 lawyer answers

    As the Defendant you do not need to appear in an uncontested case, however you may want to go appear anyway to ensure all issues are covered and there are no surprises. My response assumes that you Answered the Complaint admitting all claims, that an executed agreement (by both you and the Plaintiff) was attached to the Complaint and it (the agreement) covered all issues, and that there are no open issues. If you are represented, follow counsel's advice as to whether to appear.

  6. Extortion in Maryland divorce case

    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. Keith R Havens
    2. Paula Jeanette Mcgill
    3. Alice Elaine dansker Doyle
    4. James Thomas Kinder
    4 lawyer answers

    It is not extortion. Your inquiry is challenging to answer in more detail since we do not know what exactly was said in the mediation. Did your mother perhaps say something that sounded like an agreement on any terms (even if she did not intend it that way)? Were your parents' lawyers present and is there a disagreement between them as to whether there was or was not an agreement regarding the IRA? Assuming your mother did not agree to a term that would provoke an IRA liquidation, the next...