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Monthly Archives: November 2021


Can Maryland Alimony Include Reasonable Expenses & Medical Benefits?

By Schlaich & Thompson, Chartered |

During the process of and in the aftermath of divorce, the Maryland courts may require alimony payments. This type of spousal support obligation helps address financial imbalances between the parties to help each move forward in a self-sufficient manner. As explained in more detail below, alimony support payments can include reasonable and necessary expenses… Read More »

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Exploring Maryland Drug Crimes Against Kingpins & Traffickers

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Within the umbrella of drug crimes in Maryland, there are special provisions that address kingpins and traffickers. These high-level actors in the illegal drug trade represent a clear danger to Maryland health and public safety. Accordingly, there are stringent laws against both drug kingpins and traffickers in Maryland. Drug Kingpins – Maryland Laws &… Read More »

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Does Maryland Enforce Out-Of-State Protective Orders For Domestic Violence?

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When domestic violence occurs in Maryland or elsewhere in the United States, the courts may issue a protective order to protect the victim. These protective orders allow state courts to prohibit certain types of conduct, such as abusing or threatening a victim, going to the victim’s home or workplace, having contact with the victim,… Read More »

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Removal Of A Child Subject To Maryland Visitation Rights

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When a child is subject to visitation rights in Maryland, relatives must honor any legally binding arrangement approved by the state courts. It is a criminal offense to remove such a child without express permission, even if it occurs for a short time within Maryland’s borders. Before delving into the specifics of removing a… Read More »

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