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This program can help you to represent yourself in court. They will provide instructions designed to help you with the legal forms about problems such as divorce, custody, and child support.
This program provides over-the-telephone assistance to help all Maryland residents (callers) complete the domestic relations legal forms distributed by Maryland's Circuit Courts, and explains the instructions.
This program provides phone assistance by conducting an initial screening for legal problems, legal information and advice, assistance with the completion of Domestic Relations forms and instructions supplied by the Clerk's Office, and referrals.
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