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Cyber parenting: “Virtual visitation” gaining popularity

Parenting plans can be one of the most difficult and stressful parts of a divorce, involving several complex questions: Who gets legal custody? Should visitation rights be laid out rigidly in formal documents or kept flexible? What if I move…

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Mom plants recorder on son during custody battle

In cases of Maryland divorce where children are involved, custody issues can be one of the most contested issues. Ultimately a judge will rule according to the best interest of the child. As much as a parent may desperately wish to be…

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Sperm donor paying child support has order overturned

Child custody and child support can be one of the most contested issues when it comes to cases of divorce in Maryland. Ultimately, custody will land in the best interest of the child. However, it is not only cases of…

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Could a mother be facing time behind bars for baptizing her kids?

The parenting plan can be one of the trickiest aspects of a couple's split whether that couple is native to Maryland or any other state. Often, both parents feel that their parenting style and beliefs are in the best interest…

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Child custody and service members

Presently, in Maryland and elsewhere, in determining the best interest of the child as it pertains to child custody, some military deployments can work against service members. However, a bill that would be a provision to the Service Members Civil Relief…

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Suspension of child support payments for incarcerated parents

In Maryland, parents that are incarcerated will no longer be required, in most instances, to pay child support while behind bars. The House of Delegates passed the bill with a slim margin this Wednesday. The bill was up for debate because while…

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High-asset divorce involving military pension

In Maryland and elsewhere across the United States, the rate of military divorce is markedly higher than the divorce rate within the general population. Adding to the tension of being in the military and going through the divorce process is…

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Spending history: Who gets custody?

An expose put out by the New York Times could have serious ramifications regarding divorce proceedings in Maryland and states across the country. The expose details the abilities of companies, such as Target, to compile detailed analyses of a consumer's…

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Thousands that owe child support at risk in Maryland

It costs to the government 10 cents to electronically transfer money into an account, opposed to $1 to mail a paper check. The Treasury Department could save as much as $1 billion over the next 10 years with the switch…

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Property division plays role in Kobe Bryant’s high-asset divorce

High-asset divorces can be quite complex and emotionally draining. For some couples, these divorces raise challenges when it comes to dividing up assets and marital property -- especially in cases where there was no prior prenuptial agreements. The impeding high-profile divorce of…

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