The process of establishing child support varies from state to state. In Maryland, child support is calculated using a formula called the Maryland Child Support Guidelines. Usually, the court will determine child support based on these guidelines unless it can be proven that implementing the guidelines would be unjust and inappropriate.  Maryland Child Support Guidelines…

Addressing custody is a prevalent topic during the divorce process. Every custody case is different, in some cases, the court may appoint a custody evaluator. A custody evaluator is a court-appointed third party that assesses your family’s case and proposes recommendations to the court.  What Is A Custody Evaluator in Montgomery County, Maryland and Prince…

During the divorce process, the opposing party’s attorney may send you a notice that they intend to depose you. The opposing attorney should notify you of the date, time, and location of the deposition. They may also provide you with documents or items you should bring to the deposition.  In Maryland, a deposition is a…

College is an exciting and expensive time in a child’s life. As a divorced parent, you may be thinking about whether you have an obligation to pay for their college education. Are You On The Hook For College Payments After a Maryland Divorce? In Maryland, once a child turns 18, there is no longer an…

In Maryland custody relates to a parent’s rights regarding their children. There are different two different types of custody: legal custody and physical custody. Maryland Legal custody is a parent’s right to make important decisions regarding their child’s overall life. Maryland Legal Custody gives the parent the authority to make decisions regarding the child’s education,…

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