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Temporary Removal of Abused or Neglected Children in Maryland

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When domestic violence involves abuse or neglect of a child in Maryland, there are special procedures in place to protect the child’s best interests. In narrowly constructed situations, Maryland law even allows temporary removal of a child from their home. And if the child returns to their parent, custodian, or guardian, there are oversight… Read More »

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Actual Adjusted Income & Maryland Child Support Obligations

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Under Maryland Family Law, parents must ensure that they take care of and support their children. To calculate the level of child support each parent should pay, the State of Maryland employs a set of guidelines. These guidelines ensure that the level of support required is fair to all parties concerned. The starting point… Read More »

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What is the Difference Between Annulment & Divorce in Maryland?

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Under Maryland family law, annulment and divorce are legal devices that enable spouses to end their marriage. But these devices are reserved for certain reasons, referred to legally as grounds. The legal grounds in Maryland for annulment are different from the legal grounds for limited or absolute divorce. Annulment Annulment is only available for… Read More »

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Interim, Temporary & Final Protective Orders For Maryland Domestic Violence

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Any person who is a victim of domestic violence in Maryland can go to the state courts and ask for protection. Certain petitioners will seek protection in the form of a protective order.  This device enables the judicial system to intervene on behalf of certain domestic violence victims. Whether domestic violence involves assault and… Read More »

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Exploring Unlawful Marriages Under Maryland Family Law

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Marriage is one of the central aspects of family law in Maryland. In most cases, adults in Maryland have the freedom to marry a person of their choosing. In certain situations, however, state law prohibits two people from entering into a marriage. If such a marriage occurs anyway, it is considered null and void… Read More »

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Who Gets to Stay in the Family Home After a Maryland Divorce?

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When married spouses decide to pursue a divorce in Maryland, they must decide how to split up their property. While engaging in the exercise of property division, the spouses must consider how to handle their family home, where they live with any of their children. Before allowing either spouse to enjoy possession and use… Read More »

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