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  • How Can You Lose Child Custody in Maryland?
    How Can You Lose Child Custody in Maryland?

    There is a lot of information circulating the internet about how to obtain child custody , but what about how to lose custody? When it comes time to request child custody, especially sole custody, as ...

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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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