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Monthly Archives: June 2022


What Is The Maryland Approach To Independent Adoption?

By Schlaich & Thompson, Chartered |

Maryland family law includes provisions to govern numerous methods of adoption. In many cases, private child placement agencies handle prospective adoptions. Though independent adoption provides a different route, typically requiring consent from the child’s birth parents. Returning to the topic at hand, please find below a breakdown of important considerations for independent adoptions under… Read More »

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Maryland Domestic Violence Laws On Removal Or Surrender Of Firearms

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Domestic violence is a form of abuse under Maryland law where the abuser and the victim share a personal relationship. In these cases, the presence of any firearm can exacerbate an already strained situation. Accordingly, Maryland law enables the removal or surrender of firearms in domestic violence cases. Removing Firearm from Domestic Violence Scene… Read More »

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Emergency Custody Orders For Maryland Domestic Violence

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In cases of domestic violence or child abuse, the Maryland courts may issue an emergency custody order. These emergency orders are reserved for extraordinary situations, usually to prevent abuse or threats of abuse. Depending on the circumstances, emergency custody orders can be temporary or permanent. But before progressing any further, it will be helpful… Read More »

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How Does Maryland Address Alimony In Cases Of Mental Disability?

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The Maryland courts usually award alimony to address inequities between spouses at the time of separation. In many cases, one spouse sacrificed work experience and earning potential for the benefit of the family. Alimony and similar support payments can help these spouses become self-sufficient and secure gainful employment. But there are special rules in… Read More »

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