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Rejection of Child Visitation Rights Under Maryland Law

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Maryland law enables parents, grandparents, and other family members to secure child visitation rights under certain circumstances. These rights allow a non-custodial party, without child custody rights, to spend time with the child in question. At the same time, the Maryland courts have a duty to protect the best interests of any children involved…. Read More »

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Unlawful Interference with Child Visitation Rights in Maryland

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Even if one parent has sole legal custody over a child, the other parent generally has certain child visitation rights under Maryland family law. Any person with lawful visitation rights can see the child or children involved on a predetermined schedule. And interference with lawful child visitation is unlawful in Maryland. But before delving… Read More »

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Examining 4 Key Elements of Child Visitation Schedules in Maryland

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For divorced or unmarried parents in Maryland, the creation of a child visitation schedule is extremely important. Even in situations where one parent has full physical and legal child custody, the other parent usually retains some visitation rights. Assuming both parents have at least partial custody and visitation, it is necessary to create a… Read More »

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Child Visitation Rights Under Maryland Family Law

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Child visitation rights allow a parent or other person without to spend regular time with a child — even if they do not have legal child custody rights. Visitation arrangements are subject to approval by the Maryland state courts, which are always bound to consider the best interests of the child involved. Child’s Best… Read More »

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When Does Maryland Require Background Checks for Child Care Workers?

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In order to safeguard the best interests of children residing within the state, Maryland law requires certain employers and employees to undergo a criminal background check. In order to work with children, these employers and employees must submit to a review of their criminal history at both the state and federal levels. Which Facilities… Read More »

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