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Confirming the Obvious

| Dec 18, 2015 | Child Custody |

The recent case of Oganov v. Oganov involved an appeal from a decision of Judge Cynthia Callahan of the Montgomery County Circuit Court. Judge Callahan awarded sole legal and primary physical custody to the mother. The mother appealed, apparently being concerned that the use of the language “primary physical” diminished her status as sole legal custodian. The Court of Special Appeals held that the use of this language did not impact this status and dismissed the appeal. 

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