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February 2016 Archives

Maryland paternity: What is an affidavit of parentage?

In Maryland, paternity can be established in one of two ways: through genetic testing or by volunteering parentage. For fathers who are ready to willingly accept parentage, an affidavit of parentage must be signed. By doing this, paternity can be recognized fairly quickly, allowing fathers the ability to fight for time with their children.

Maryland family law: How property is divided matters

When seeking a divorce, it is common for numerous couples to simply want an even split of property. This is something that they may deem as fair; however, when it comes to Maryland family law, how property is divided does matter. Indeed, it can affect other aspects of a divorce settlement, simply meaning that by accepting certain terms, one spouse may find that he or she is giving up other things that could be beneficial after a divorce is finalized.

Divorce may not be the only option, but it may be the best one

When one's marriage is failing to thrive, what are the options? This is a question that many people in Maryland and across the country have every single day. The truth is there are various options available to help with this type of situation, one of them being divorce.

Quick overview of child support for Maryland parents

The payment of child support to a custodial parent or legal guardian is often ordered to ensure that the basic needs of the child are being met. Child support is often a contentious topic, as not all non-custodial parents feel they can afford to make these payments or feel that they should have to if they do not have the opportunity to see their children on a regular basis. At the end of the day, financial support is a need, but it is okay for Maryland parents to question how it all works and what things may affect support orders.

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