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Monthly Archives: February 2021

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What is the Difference Between Aggressive, Negligent & Reckless Driving?

By Schlaich & Thompson, Chartered |

The Maryland Code of Transportation establishes statewide rules of the road and defines numerous types of traffic offenses. In addition to criminal offenses such as DUI, it is also illegal in Maryland to commit aggressive, negligent, or reckless driving. To discern the subtle differences between these traffic offenses, the following sections will examine several… Read More »

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Overview of Maryland Approach to Child Support Obligations

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In the State of Maryland, unmarried or divorced parents of minor children must each handle their fair share of child support obligations. Stated otherwise, the parents must divide the burden of caring for their minor children amongst themselves. However, the child support obligation changes based on various factors, such as income level or custody… Read More »

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No-Fault vs. At-Fault Divorces Under Maryland Family Law

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A question about Maryland family law that arises commonly involves the difference between no-fault and at-fault divorces. On a larger level, a no-fault divorce means that the parties involved reach mutual agreement to terminate their marriage. Whereas, an at-fault divorce means that one party acted in a way that justifies termination of marriage. But… Read More »

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What are Protective Orders Under Maryland Family Law?

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Protective orders are legal devices in Maryland that allow the state courts to protect victims of domestic violence and other forms of abuse. Unlike peace orders, protective orders are only available to victims who are connected to the abuser in some fashion. For example, protective orders are available to victims who suffered abuse from… Read More »

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