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Monthly Archives: April 2022


Overview Of Domestic Violence Fatality Review Teams In Maryland

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The State of Maryland recognizes the inherent danger of domestic violence situations, particularly as these cases often occur in the privacy of a family home. In addressing this harsh reality, the Maryland General Assembly created the domestic violence fatality review teams. These local teams exist on a county-by-county basis, working to help prevent deaths… Read More »

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How Does Maryland Family Law Address Child Visitation Rights?

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Maryland family law typically grants birth parents the right to child visitation. This power stems from the classification of the birth parents as a child’s “natural guardians.” Though it is typically reserved for cases where the parents are divorced or unmarried and live separately. And there are situations in which Maryland denies child visitation… Read More »

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Can Alimony Support Payments In Maryland Continue Forever?

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Alimony is a form of spousal support payment that is available after divorce or annulment. This financial obligation is designed to help a spouse become self-sufficient after ending their marriage. While alimony typically has a specific endpoint, there are circumstances under which support can continue indefinitely. Private Agency Guardianship Maryland Code of Family Law… Read More »

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Police Duties & Victim Rights For Domestic Violence In Maryland

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When domestic violence occurs under Maryland law, there are required duties for any law enforcement officer involved. There are also rights afforded to the victim in these situations. But before delving into the specifics of these rights and duties, it will be helpful to review both sets of legal requirements for domestic violence in… Read More »

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