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April 2012
Maryland Child Support Similar to determining Maryland child support, the Maryland divorce court may require all parties to take an educational seminar on child custody, child visitation and child support before making a child support order or granting divorce. When making a Maryland child support order, Maryland divorce courts have specific charts and guidelines provided in the state’s statutes. Child support...
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Maryland Child Support Enforcement Child support enforcement in Maryland helps the state make sure that children are provided for by both parents. Unpaid child support is a serious problem that state child support enforcement agencies are working hard to fight. Parents who fail to pay child support may face a variety of penalties, including: Interception of federal and state tax...
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[dropcap type=”circle” color=”#COLOR_CODE” background=”#COLOR_CODE”]M[/dropcap] aryland divorce courts accept both no fault and fault grounds for divorce. Under Maryland divorce law, permanent divorce is called an absolute divorce. In Maryland divorce, there are two kinds of no fault divorce. A couple needs to be mutually and voluntarily separated for more than a year with no hope...
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Landlord  Unusual entity or capacity (manager or agent signing)? Represent that is authorized. Premises Address of building, square footage and exhibit attached showing space? Right to re-measure?  By Landlord or by Tenant? Does pro-rata share adjust? Any parking ratio guarantee or certain number of reserved spaces? Signs May Tenant erect any signs?  Where?  Specs? What...
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This is a great article that argues against cohabitation prior to marriage. Meg Jay, a clinical psychologist, makes some really strong points. For example, she states that: Sliding into cohabitation wouldn’t be a problem if sliding out were as easy. But it isn’t. Too often, young adults enter into what they imagine will be low-cost,...
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Protecting Your Rights in Military Divorce Divorce is complicated enough when both parents are available to meet and discuss the situation. However, if one spouse is in the military and serving out-of-state, it can be more challenging to resolve divorce matters. There are additional elements — such as jurisdictional issues and retirement benefits — that...
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Even with seatbelts, crash resistant door pillars, anti-lock brake systems, airbags, and tire traction control, nearly 2.5 million people were injured in a car accident in 2007, according to the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration. No matter what safety features your vehicle has built in, every time you get in your car and turn...
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