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When Are Maryland Parents Required to Support Adult Children?

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In the State of Maryland, a parent’s child support and care duties typically involve minor children under the age of 18 years old. At that point, children reach adulthood and are responsible for supporting themselves. In certain cases, however, Maryland law requires a parent to support their children into adulthood. Referred to as adult… Read More »

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Prenuptial Agreements Under Maryland Family Law

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A prenuptial agreement is a contract between two people that they execute before becoming a married couple. These agreements traditionally exist to address financial imbalances between the soon-to-be spouses, ensuring that either party retains ownership of assets and property in the event of a divorce. Legal Backdrop of Prenuptial Agreements Under Maryland Code of… Read More »

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What is Alimony Pendente Lite Under Maryland Family Law?

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Alimony pendente lite is a temporary form of spousal support available under Maryland family law. A person going through divorce or a similar measure may request these temporary support payments while the legal process runs its course. Once the divorce or annulment is complete, alimony pendente lite expires automatically. Generally speaking, an award of… Read More »

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4 Types of Child Custody Under Maryland Family Law

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Under Maryland family law, unmarried or divorced parents must figure out child custody arrangements and determine who has control over the children involved. In certain cases, one parent takes complete responsibility for decision-making and care on their children’s behalf. In other cases, both parents share these responsibilities and care for their children jointly. Before… Read More »

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What are the Maryland Laws for Splitting Up Marital Property?

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During the process of completing a Maryland divorce, the spouses must consider how to split up their marital property. Property division can be an incredibly difficult process, as the spouses have to tear apart many aspects of their lives. In many cases, there is also the issue of possession and use of the family… Read More »

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How Does Maryland Determine Child Support Obligations for Parents?

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The State of Maryland requires all parents to take responsibility for their share of child support obligations. Even if the parents are divorced or never married, they must ensure that their children receive adequate support for shelter, nutrition, medical care, and similar needs. In order to determine a fair and reasonable amount of child… Read More »

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Criminal Nonsupport & Desertion in Maryland Family Law

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When a Maryland court orders someone to pay spousal support or child support, that person must satisfy any corresponding financial obligations. If a person fails to make on-time payments as required by the courts, Maryland law can impose criminal charges and penalties. Though with all support payments, the Maryland courts must consider the financial… Read More »

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Child Support Liens in Maryland

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When a Maryland state court orders an award of child support payments, a parent must satisfy their obligations in a regular and timely fashion. When a parent fails to make the required payments, Maryland law creates a child support lien. These liens attach to a person’s real and personal property and allow the Maryland… Read More »

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Agreements, Deeds, & Settlements Between Married Couples in Maryland

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When it comes to legal contracts between spouses, a commonly discussed option deals with prenuptial agreements that were made before marriage. But there are also many forms of postnuptial agreements that a couple can enter into after marriage. Specifically, Maryland law allows a married couple to enter into agreements or deeds as well as… Read More »

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Standard Guidelines for Child Support Obligations in Maryland

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Parents in Maryland have a duty to care for and protect their children, including payment of child support obligations where applicable. But in cases of divorced or separated parents, it can be difficult to estimate how much each parent should pay to support their common children. To help alleviate this problem, Maryland created standardized… Read More »

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