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November 2015 Archives

Thousands of parents in Maryland are behind on child support

When it comes to making child support payments on time or at all, numerous noncustodial parents in Maryland and across the country are really struggling. Why is this the case? Can anything be done to help these parents meet their child support obligations?

Where do retirement funds fit into a divorce settlement?

Setting up retirement accounts is a great way to ensure one is prepared for the future. However, nothing in life is certain, and that money may end up not being there as planned. Divorce can quickly change how much a person has in his or her retirement account. Even though many individuals in Maryland may want to think those funds are off limits when it comes to divorce settlements, that simply is not the case.

Special considerations when seeking divorce from an addict

Addictions come in many forms, all of which can be extremely damaging. Believe it or not, quite a few couples in Maryland will end their marriages due to such behaviors. Unfortunately, seeking a divorce from a person who is dealing with an addiction can be difficult, and some special considerations may be required.

How can I get a child custody order modified?

For one reason or another, parents in Maryland may find that they need custody orders changed. These requests can come from either parent, custodial or non-custodial. At the end of the day, there will need to be a valid reason submitted in order for a judge to approve child custody modification requests.

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