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Maryland Judiciary provides updates on coronavirus’ impact on courts

The Maryland Judiciary has a new dedicated web page for coronavirus (COVID-19) updates. Read more.

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Statement from the Maryland Judiciary on Matters Concerning Children & Families

Due to COVID-19, custodians who live apart might be confused about changing family situations and their court orders. This document is intended to clarify concerns you may have regarding these matters. Read more.

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Filing a Failure to Pay Rent Case?

Filing a Failure to Pay Rent case in Maryland? In this FREE interactive online class, an attorney from the Maryland Courts Self-Help Center will guide you through filling out the Failure to Pay Rent form. Register for Wednesday, April 1, 2020 at 2 p.m here.

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Parenting Plans: Putting the needs of children first

Custody issues can be challenging. The Maryland Judiciary has implemented a new parenting plan process to ensure that parents and guardians put the needs of children first. Read more.

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Talk to a lawyer for free at the Maryland Courts Self-Help Center

Call or chat with a lawyer who can help you represent yourself in your civil case. 8:30 a.m. - 8 p.m. Monday - Friday. Read more.

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My Laws, My Courts, My Maryland: A video library for the self-represented

Have a legal problem and don’t know where to begin? The Judiciary’s Self-Help Video Library can help you get started. Learn more.