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Monthly Archives: October 2020

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Reporting Rules for 3 Types of Child Abuse & Neglect in Maryland

By Schlaich & Thompson, Chartered |

Not every case of child abuse or neglect is readily apparent.  Sometimes there are no signs of injury or hunger or poor hygiene.  Sometimes children are placed in situations where the danger to them is less visible, but still quite real. Accordingly, Maryland law provides specific reporting rules for individuals who observe or suspect… Read More »

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Dissecting 3 Variations of Adoption in Maryland

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The Maryland Code of Family Law institutes a multifaceted system of rules and regulations to govern the process of child adoption. These rules and regulations exist to safeguard the best interests of any children involved as well as protect parental rights from unreasonable interference. There are three types of adoption under Maryland state law:… Read More »

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What is the Maryland Approach to Alimony?

By Schlaich & Thompson, Chartered |

Alimony is a type of support payment available to a spouse during divorce proceeding and/or after completing their divorce. These support payments are designed to address financial imbalances between formerly married spouses and promote future self-sufficiency. Alimony can be awarded to either spouse, even if that spouse contributed to the grounds for divorce. When… Read More »

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Manslaughter & Homicide by Vehicle or Vessel in Maryland

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The Maryland Criminal Code prohibits any person from driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol or drugs. When a person loses the ability to drive safely and carefully due to consumption of these substances, DUI charges are often appropriate. In certain situations, a person can face charges other than DUI for negligent operation or… Read More »

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Analyzing 3 Crucial Elements of Child Support in Maryland

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Under Maryland family law, child support is a mechanism to divide the costs and burdens of raising children between parents. This type of support payment is most common for unmarried or divorced parents who live apart. And the Maryland state courts usually award child support to protect the health and safety of any children… Read More »

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