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Divorce Attorney Christopher Roberts to Speak on 'Understanding Child Custody and Visitation'

Divorce attorney Christopher Roberts will talk about parents' responsibilities, child custody, child support, use and possession of family property, role of the court, attorney's fees and tips for divorcing parents on June 30. The program, titled "Understanding Child Custody and Visitation," is presented by the Montgomery County Commission for Women.

Chris's goal is always the same: to help clients navigate through all stages of negotiation and litigation in a manner that serves their best interests as well as those of their children. Chris is adept at identifying the issues that are most important to clients and to the success of their cases. 

Register and find more information on the event sign-up page.

The Montgomery County Commission for Women is a 15-member advisory board created by county law in 1972 and charged with the responsibility of advising the county executive, county council, the public and the agencies of the county, state and federal government on the issues of concern to women.

Chris Roberts is a family law attorney at Lerch, Early & Brewer in Bethesda, Maryland whose practice focuses on separation, divorce, custody, property, support and domestic violence.


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