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What Happens if Someone Fails to Pay Spousal or Child Support in Maryland?

By Schlaich & Thompson, Chartered |

In the interest of fairness and equity, a Maryland court can order a person to pay spousal or child support on a periodic basis. These support payments help ensure that a spouse and any minor children are able to survive after a divorce or other type of relationship split. Once a Maryland court issues… Read More »

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What is a Child in Need of Assistance in Maryland?

By Schlaich & Thompson, Chartered |

The definition of child in need of assistance (CINA) appears in Maryland Courts and Judicial Proceedings Code Section 3–801. There are two requirements under the law. First, a Maryland court can only intervene and help a child based on: Abuse — The child suffered physical or emotional abuse at the hands of a parent,… Read More »

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