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March 2015 Archives

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Establishing paternity might be first step in child custody case

People in Maryland who have questions about child custody and support may have strong ideas about what they think is right and what they want to see happen in their case. They have often lived their predicament day-in and day-out for weeks, months or even years, and are intimately familiar with the facts of their case. However, the court, which hears thousands of child custody and support cases every year in Maryland, takes a cautious approach that might frustrate those who are anxious for results.

Tax refund may be perfect opportunity to file for divorce

People in Maryland who have been biding their time and considering whether, and when, to file for divorce have a lot of things to consider. But the truth is, most people know when their marriage isn't going to survive in the long haul, and at some point they should probably ask themselves what they are waiting for. If the answer is that they are simply unsure of how to go about it, or that they are just too concerned about the uncertainty to come, then those people probably just need a little positive reinforcement to get things going in the direction they want.

Child custody issues never really stop until child turns 18

People in a child support or child custody situation in Maryland know that the saying "nothing lasts forever" is true when it comes to raising children. Unfortunately, for many parents, this saying applies particularly when it comes to developing and sticking to a parenting plan. Many parents, even those who have a relatively good and open means of communication with the other parent, are bound to disagree on how to raise the children at some point; when these disagreements occur, it's important to make sure that they are resolved quickly and reasonably.

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