Elizabeth J. McInturff, Esq., of JDKatz, P.C., recently wrote a guest column in The Daily Record. She explains how the state of Maryland deems a parent’s sexual orientation irrelevant when making adoption and custody determinations. Though, there is still the question of how a minor child’s sexual orientation or gender identity may play a role in these proceedings. Elizabeth remarks that the court’s and parents’ primary concern should be protecting their child from harm, including if it is being perpetuated by a parent. To learn more about this, click on the picture below.
Articles and Publications
- Deciphering Medicaid Long Term Care in a Nursing Home Crisis
- Challenging a Will: A Guide to Understanding Undue Influence and Elder Abuse
- Qualifying for Medicaid: How to Plan Your Parents’ Financial Spend Down
- “The volatile world of discovery sanctions” By: Elizabeth J. McInturff, Esq.
- Defying Stereotypes: Wife Takes Over Mother-in-Law’s Health Matters. (Part III)
- Easing the Burden: How Maryland Medicaid Can Aid Your Parent’s Nursing Home Needs (Part II)