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There are many methods a state can use to collect child support

Many parents may feel that getting through a divorce may be the hardest part once the decision to move on has been made. However, there are situations when making or receiving child support payments may be even tougher. While Maryland has many tools it can use to collect these essential monies, the state is not alone in getting creative regarding past due payments from non-custodial parents.

Man facing uphill battle to prove paternity and claim daughter

There is an old saying that if something can go wrong it will. One man in another state who has been fighting to prove paternity and be granted custody of his child would likely agree with those words. He clams his only goal is to better himself so as to provide a proper home for his daughter. There are probably many Maryland parents who have had to face a few obstacles of their own when trying to be the best parent possible.

Former special forces soldier forced to pay child support

It takes toughness of mind and body to be accepted and then succeed as a member of the Green Berets. However, there are some aspects of life that may prove to be even harder to overcome. One man survived 21 years in the special forces but is struggling to be relieved of baseless child support payments. While he does not reside in Maryland, his story may be of interest to those in a similar situation.

New year brings new resolutions and new divorce filings

Now that the holidays are over and the decorations are put away, the minds of many couples turn to a new resolution -- marriage dissolution. It is possible that once the holidays are over, many unhappy spouses may feel that it is a good time to research getting a divorce. There are likely many Maryland families who are also contemplating taking this step and seeking the opportunities afforded by a new year and a new life.

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