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Father of 30 children requests child support modification

Maryland readers familiar with previous posts on this blog know that family law matters can be complicated, and there are many people out there facing serious challenges. Family law issues can be extremely personal, and most people would be disturbed if the intimate details of their marriage, divorce or child custody and support disputes were made public.

Maryland father facing international child custody dispute

Often, in divorces involving children, a child custody dispute can become bitterly contentious. One Maryland man is finding out just how problematic the issue can be, as he fights in a Baltimore County court because his ex-wife has taken their children and left the country.

Family law experts seeing an increase in women paying alimony

People in Montgomery County probably think that when it comes to alimony, it is usually the ex-husband who is paying and the ex-wife who is the recipient. And for many years, that was most likely the case in Maryland and throughout the nation. However, with the increase in the number of women in the workforce, it should come as no surprise that women are increasingly being ordered to pay alimony to their ex-husbands.

Making child custody decisions less confusing for everyone

One of the first things a divorcing couple with children in Maryland tend to argue about is child custody. Who will the children live with? How often will you get to see them? Does joint custody mean I won't get (or have to pay) child support? Does sole custody mean the other parent doesn't get any input? Who makes all these decisions? And, lastly, what arrangement is in the best interest of the child?

Ex-Yahoo executive settles high-asset divorce

Divorce is seldom easy, whether it transpires in Maryland or elsewhere. Splitting up marital assets, ranging from the family home to bank accounts, is often a long and time-consuming process. This is the case even in divorces in which parties are cordial or assets limited. However, when an Internet giant and $71 million in assets are involved, divorce can quickly turn into a damaging downward spiral tainted with greed and revenge. The world of high-asset divorce can be difficult, if not impossible, to navigate alone.

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