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Monthly Archives: October 2021


Is It Possible To Deviate From The Child Support Guidelines In Maryland?

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Maryland family law requires unmarried and divorced parents to pay an appropriate amount of child support. To simplify this process, the Maryland General Assembly created a formula C officially referred to as the child support guidelines C to divide support obligations across both parents. While these guidelines are typically mandatory, there are circumstances that… Read More »

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3 Maryland Traffic Offenses Involving Use Of & Damage To Motor Vehicles

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When most people think of traffic offenses under Maryland law, common infractions that tend to arise involve speeding or DUI. But in addition to these offenses, the Maryland Code of Transportation also prohibits certain conduct that involves using, damaging, or tampering with motor vehicles. In this context, it is vital to note several exceptions… Read More »

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Examining 4 Elements Of Robbery Crimes Under Maryland Law

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Robbery is a common law crime that involves unlawfully obtaining another person’s property by way of force or the threat of force. As a reminder, robbery is a felony crime under Maryland Code of Criminal Law Section 3-402. Upon conviction for this offense in Maryland, the applicable punishment includes a maximum prison sentence of… Read More »

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Foster Care & Adoption Under Maryland Family Law

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Foster care is an out-of-home placement program that enables the State of Maryland to assume child custody in certain situations. This program delivers short-term care and other services to children subjected to abuse, neglect, or abandonment. As foster care is meant to be a temporary program, foster children are typically returned to their natural… Read More »

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