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  • What Should Be Included in a Parenting Plan?
    What Should Be Included in a Parenting Plan?

    Your parenting plan will outline how you and your co-parent will take care of the upbringing of your children after your divorce or separation. As such, it is one of the most important documents you ...

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  • When Can a Child Choose a Custodial Parent in Maryland?
    When Can a Child Choose a Custodial Parent in Maryland?

    One of the most difficult issues to resolve in a divorce is figuring out your child custody agreement. Parents often disagree on what is best for their child, so this can be a highly disputed issue. ...

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  • Understanding the Difference Between the 4 Main Types of Child Custody
    Understanding the Difference Between the 4 Main Types of Child Custody

    Under Maryland state law, both biological parents of a child have the right to act as natural custodians unless custody is disputed in court (the law treats both the mother and the father equally). ...

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  • Can I Stop Paying Child Support if My Ex Won’t Let Me See My Kids?
    Can I Stop Paying Child Support if My Ex Won’t Let Me See My Kids?

    In Maryland, all parents are obligated to financially support their children. When parents split up, a family court can order child support so the child’s financial needs are met. Child support orders ...

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  • Child Custody: Why Not Move Away From My Kids?
    Child Custody: Why Not Move Away From My Kids?

    Are you a noncustodial parent who is going through a divorce ? Or, perhaps your divorce has been finalized for some time now. Either way, if you are considering moving to another county or even out of ...

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  • FAQ: Holiday Visitation and Child Custody
    FAQ: Holiday Visitation and Child Custody

    The holidays are here and, before you start planning your Thanksgiving dinner or decking the halls, you should fully understand your holiday visitation plan. The better you understand it or clarify ...

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