Love, Fleming, Bearsch & Halloran, LLC attends 10th Annual Ann F. Matukaitis Family Law Symposium

In April, several members of our firm attended the 10th Annual Harford County Ann F. Matukaitis Family Law Symposium, sponsored by the Office of Family Court Services.  We received training on issues relating to both domestic violence and to cases in which one parent relocates a significant distance away from the other parent.  These cases are often particularly difficult as the distance between the parents may render a shared custody arrangement unworkable.  The training was extremely informative and relevant to our practice areas.  Our firm remains committed to ongoing continuing education to ensure that we are fully prepared to manage and, if necessary, litigate cases involving any of these issues on behalf of our clients.


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