The only constant in life is the process of change. Whether it’s a marriage, a home, or a career, some fluctuations can alter one’s life path and, subsequently, their previous court agreements. When co-parents separate and cannot agree on child support, the court will make a determination after evaluating their circumstances. If the co-parents need…

If you need assistance in establishing child support, we can help you explore your legal options. Maryland Child Support Attorney, LaSheena Williams, discusses what happens when your co-parent fails to pay child support in Maryland. Thank you for joining me today. My name is LaSheena Williams, and I am a Maryland Family Law Attorney. My…

We know it’s never a good day when the support payments from your ex-spouse or ex-partner stop. Child support, especially, is so important in making sure you are able to provide for your child. Fortunately, there are a number of ways you can enforce a child support order in Maryland. Maryland Office of Child Support…

Thank you for joining me today. My name is LaSheena Williams, and my firm helps our clients take control of out of control situations. Today we will be discussing what happens when you co-parent fails to pay child support. What if you have an agreement to pay child support and they stop paying? If you…

In Maryland, many parents understand the value in ensuring their children receive a post-secondary education. Today’s job market is intensely competitive, and anyone without at least some post-high school education or training is usually at a significant disadvantage. Even if you expect your child to pursue a trade rather than a college degree, you probably…

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