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Child Support

Family lawyers in Maryland share their blog on various legal matters including child support issues.

Pregnancy and Divorce

Couples going through a divorce are amid one of life’s most stressful episodes. When there is a pregnancy involved, the emotions and tension are amplified. When a baby is on the way, an already difficult situation becomes even more complicated. During a typical divorce, emotions run high as each decision and agreement are legally formalized. […]

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Past Due Child Support and Inheritances

Although child support payment orders are determined during divorce proceedings, later circumstances can affect how they are carried out. The parents’ obligations are normally based on their income, assets, the amount of time spent with the children, and how many children are involved. Other factors taken into consideration include the children’s medical expenses and health […]

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Child Support Taxes

According to state laws, all divorced parents are financially responsible for their children for specified periods of time. Even if one parent is not involved with the child’s life, they must still support them. The parent that the child lives with is the custodial parent, and the other is the non-custodial parent. In most cases, […]

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Social Media and Divorce

In this age of social media, conversations and photos that once remained private between two people now leave a lasting digital footprint that can be difficult to erase. In the context of divorce, that can be especially problematic. E-mails, text messages, online searches, photos, and videos have become “evidence” used in court in cases dealing […]

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Child Support for Step Children

The duty to financially support a child will always belong to the biological parents. Due to this fact, the income of a step-parent is not factored in when calculating the child support obligation of the non-custodial parent. However, the courts do recognize that step-parents have a relationship with their step-children. With more and more families […]

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High Asset Divorce

Are you involved in a divorce where, as a couple, you have a high net worth? Also called high asset divorces, the ending of a marriage where substantial assets are involved can be especially complicated. Marital assets often result in additional issues with respect to property distribution during the divorce proceedings. Hiding Assets When a […]

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