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Modifying Child Support Based on Income Changes in Annapolis

patrickcrawford | December 21, 2021

When you divorce or address child support outside of marriage and divorce – your child support terms are set in accordance with the financial circumstances and parental responsibilities that apply at the time. Child support in Maryland is calculated according to exacting state guidelines that incorporate wide-ranging factors. With the passage of time, however, your […]

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Why You Want a Lawyer for an Out-of-Court Divorce Settlement

Why You Want a Lawyer for an Out-of-Court Divorce Settlement

patrickcrawford | November 16, 2021

Every divorce takes a different path, and some are much rockier than others. One couple might have a divorce that takes a few weeks to finalize after they file the petition with the court, while another couple might have a case that drags on for more than a year or longer. You might think that […]

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Child Support Orders in Maryland

Ways to Enforce Child Support Orders in Maryland

patrickcrawford | February 22, 2021

There are many different ways you can enforce child support orders, and non-payment can lead to consequences. An Annapolis child support lawyer can help explain all of your options for child support enforcement or modification.  The State of Maryland naturally takes child support very seriously. When parents are not together, they both remain responsible for […]

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Can Your Ex Avoid Paying Child Support?

patrickcrawford | February 24, 2020

When you get divorced or establish paternity, the family court will address several child-related matters, including child custody and child support. Child support refers to regular payments made by one parent to the other to provide financial support for the child’s needs. While child support is not paid in every situation, these orders are common […]

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Child Support in Maryland

Child Support in Maryland – It’s A Child’s Right

patrickcrawford | December 18, 2018

We recently covered a story about spousal support guidelines and states that are using them to replace what was traditionally deemed alimony. Similar to child support guidelines, they are based on a mathematical calculation of economic means with the moneyed spouse making financial contributions to the household of the non-monied spouse for a specific amount […]

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Child Support Payments When My Ex is Unemployed

What About Child Support Payments When My Ex is Unemployed?

patrickcrawford | December 5, 2018

We recently read an article in Forbes magazine about a family law judge in Connecticut who ordered both parties in a divorce battle to turn over the passwords to their social network accounts. You can read about the case here.

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