Parents have an obligation to financially support their children until they reach 18 years of age. When parents are divorced or separated, child support ensures that the children’s financial needs are met. In Maryland, an individual must be personally served with a...
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Understanding The Basics Of Child Support
People in Maryland who are responsible for raising children know how expensive it can be. Fortunately, Maryland lawmakers are not ignorant of this fact, and they believe that children should be entitled to every advantage possible within a person’s economic abilities....
Extracurricular Activities, Tutoring May Not Be Added to Child Support
In Horsley v. Radisi, 132 Md. App. 1, 750 A.2d 692, 705-706 (2000) the Court of Special Appeals held that in guideline child support cases only childcare, extraordinary medical expenses, the cost of attending special or private elementary or secondary schools and...