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What will your assets look like post-divorce?

Sometimes a divorce can be amicable, simple and quick. Sometimes the process can be quite the opposite. But, whatever type of divorce a Maryland resident finds themselves involved in, an almost universal aspect of the ordeal will be determining property division. And, no matter how the division of property ultimately ends up, many times both parties will find themselves in a very different financial situation afterward - this can be true in both simple property division cases and complex property division cases.

Is Maryland getting better at child support collection efforts?

Most Maryland residents know that the various aspects of a divorce can take time to resolve and time to get used to after the fact. Child support agreements can often be the most difficult arrangements to get used to - a situation which involves a very private matter in raising a child, combined with the very public matter of ensuring that support payments are made. And we have all heard the stories about the parents who don't pay their agreed upon child support, and sometimes there are very public efforts to crackdown on delinquent payments. Maryland in particular is one state that has recently been under the microscope on how effective the state is in collection efforts.

Details emerge about Holmes-Cruise child support arrangement

Some of our Maryland readers may have read a previous post detailing the Tom Cruise-Katie Holmes divorce. The news coverage of the couple's split was extensive but without many details. The divorce process was over for the star couple almost as soon as it began, with the parties quickly agreeing to terms. Since then, only a few details have slipped out, and recent reports came across the terms of the couple's child support agreement.

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