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Chris Roberts Speaks About Current Family Law Issues to the Judicial College of Maryland

December 3, 2019
Montgomery County Circuit Court
50 Maryland Ave
Rockville, MD 20850
The Judicial College of Maryland

Family law attorney Chris Roberts spoke on a panel at the Family Law Update at the Judicial College of Maryland on December 3, 2019.

Joining him on the panel were Montgomery County Circuit Court Judge Cynthia Callahan, Carroll County Circuit Court Judge Fred Scott Hecker, and Magistrate Holly A. Whittier. Issues discussed included:

  • The recent change in statutory and case law
  • Tax code issues
  • Designing a parenting plan using the updated Parenting Plan Protocol

The Judicial College adds value to the Maryland Judiciary by providing relevant, results-oriented education and professional development for all stakeholders to reach their peak potential and support, fair, efficient, and effective justice for all. For more, visit

Chris Roberts is a family law and divorce attorney who represents clients in all aspects of family law, including separation, divorce, custody, property, support, post-judgment issues, and domestic violence matters in Maryland.

Christopher W. Roberts

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