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Monthly Archives: January 2020

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What Happens to Marital Property after a Maryland Divorce?

By Schlaich & Thompson, Chartered |

When a married couple decides to pursue a divorce in Maryland, there are many required steps in the legal process. One of those steps involves property division, where the couple must decide how to separate their common property. Referred to legally as marital property, the couple or the state courts generally complete the division… Read More »

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How Does Maryland Family Law Determine Matters of Child Custody?

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Maryland family law recognizes certain rights and duties with respect to parent-child relationships. Each parent generally has a right to some level of child custody, while also jointly bearing the burden of child support. Though in matters of dispute, the Maryland courts have the authority to determine an appropriate custody arrangement, while honoring the… Read More »

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Exploring Maryland Laws Against Child Abuse

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Child abuse is a specific type of domestic violence crime under Maryland law. In these cases, the victim is always a minor child under the age of 18 years old. Furthermore, the abuser must have a certain type of relationship with the child victim — such as a parent, guardian, or family member. Important… Read More »

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What is the Maryland Approach to Ignition Interlock Systems?

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Driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol or drugs is an exceedingly dangerous behavior that leads to harm, injury, and even death. To curb this impact, Maryland law requires DUI offenders to install an ignition interlock system for a predetermined amount of time. Once installed, these systems measure for intoxication to help safeguard against… Read More »

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What is the Difference Between Annulment & Divorce in Maryland?

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Under Maryland family law, annulment and divorce are legal devices that enable spouses to end their marriage. But these devices are reserved for certain reasons, referred to legally as grounds. The legal grounds in Maryland for annulment are different from the legal grounds for limited or absolute divorce. Annulment Annulment is only available for… Read More »

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