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Randy Herriott is well known for successfully representing clients in family law cases such as divorce, child custody and visitation, child support, alimony, property distribution and domestic violence disputes.
In 2008, child custody lawyer Randy Herriott successfully litigated numerous cases involving parties who were seeking the legal and physical custody of their children. In his child custody practice, Randy Herriott has also successfully litigated several third-party custody actions, where non-parent relatives were granted custody of their minor child relatives.
Maryland, divorce lawyer, Randy Herriott is also trained in the area of Collaborative Law, an innovative approach to resolving family law issues that fosters and promotes communication and cooperation between the parties and counsel. The Collaborative Law approach seeks a more constructive and respectful path to resolution in a manner that is private, focused on the needs of the clients and/or their children, and puts control of the outcome in the hands of the clients, rather than the courts. Additional information regarding the collaborative approach to resolving family law cases may be viewed at www.marylandcollaborativepractice.com, and www.collaborativepractice.com. As a lawyer trained in collaborative law Randy Herriott often can resolve contested divorce cases quicker and with lower legal fees than divorces resolved entirely through the Courts.
Family law lawyer Randall Herriott in 2012 wrote an article entitled "Practice Tip" that was published in the Maryland State Bar Association Family Law News. The article guided lawyers through a complicated rule applicable to divorce cases.
Maryland child custody lawyer, Randall Herriott is a graduate of St. Mary’s College of Maryland and the University of Baltimore School of Law, where he graduated with honors. Randy Herriott can be reached at 301-383-1525 to schedule a consultation to discuss divorce, child custody, protective order or other family law matters.