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Monthly Archives: December 2019

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Child Visitation Rights Under Maryland Family Law

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Child visitation rights allow a parent or other person without to spend regular time with a child — even if they do not have legal child custody rights. Visitation arrangements are subject to approval by the Maryland state courts, which are always bound to consider the best interests of the child involved. Child’s Best… Read More »

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What is the Process for Requesting a Peace Order in Maryland?

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A peace order is a legal command from the Maryland courts that protects victims of recent criminal acts or threats of harm. Unlike protective orders — which only protect victims who are related to the abuser through blood, marriage, or other factors — peace orders are available to just about anyone. The process for… Read More »

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Is it Legal to Possess an Assault Weapon in Maryland?

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Under Maryland state law, there are various rules and regulations concerning firearms. Any person who violates these state laws is guilty of a gun crime, which can lead to prison time and costly fines. In addition to other gun laws, Maryland prohibits any person from purchasing, possessing, or using assault weapons. What is the… Read More »

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Who Gets to Keep the Family Home & Family Property After a Maryland Divorce?

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It is policy in the State of Maryland to enable children to remain in familiar environments and communities, even if the parents go through a divorce. Consequently, the property division process during a divorce takes into consideration the best interests of any children involved. This is particularly true when it comes to awarding possession… Read More »

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