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Monthly Archives: June 2019


How Does Noah’s Law Impact Drunk Drivers in Maryland?

By Schlaich & Thompson, Chartered |

In Spring 2016, the State of Maryland introduced Noah’s Law to help combat driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol or drugs. This law came into being after a drunk driver collided with and subsequently killed a Maryland police officer. Recognizing the terrible cost of this type of incident, Maryland instituted Noah’s Law in… Read More »

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Unlawful Removal of a Child from a Maryland Custodian

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Maryland child custody laws provide one or both parents with the authority to exercise control of their minor children. A parent with custody rights is allowed to make certain decisions on behalf of their child, such as education or healthcare. If a family relative takes the child away from their lawful custodian without reasonable… Read More »

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Criminal Nonsupport & Desertion in Maryland Family Law

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When a Maryland court orders someone to pay spousal support or child support, that person must satisfy any corresponding financial obligations. If a person fails to make on-time payments as required by the courts, Maryland law can impose criminal charges and penalties. Though with all support payments, the Maryland courts must consider the financial… Read More »

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Examining the 8 Grounds for Absolute Divorce in Maryland

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An absolute divorce in Maryland is permanent, final, and irreversible. Unlike limited divorces, absolute divorces cannot roll back. Correspondingly, there are only certain grounds — or legal reasons — for which a person may pursue an absolute divorce in Maryland. Unless a spouse can demonstrate one of the eight grounds below, the Maryland courts… Read More »

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