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Alimony and Spousal Support in Maryland

Considerations in Spousal Support Spousal support may go on even after the marriage has been terminated. However, there are certain requirements and time frame before you can collect alimony depending on conditions surrounding the marriage as well as reasons for the divorce. Do not confuse this matter with division of property or child support. If…

Child Support Amendment Issues

In nearly all states of the US, child support proceedings are part of divorce processes. Minors (below 18 years of age) are entitled to the same amount of support if their parents are living together. Each parent must show evidence of capability to provide child support during court hearings. This proof includes the latest pay…

Statutory Guidelines of Child Support in Maryland

Child support in Maryland has statutory guidelines. Pay particular attention to day care and health care insurance for children as well as corresponding costs. Judges cannot deviate from the amount of child support. Child support represents financial contributions coming from the non-custodial parent for expenses in raising the child. It includes basics like food, shelter,…

Child Support

Separation Agreement

Child support for parents whose joint annual incomes (including income from nearly all sources for each of them) are less than $120,000 per year, is determined by a chart set out in a Maryland statute which can be found at Annotated Code of Maryland, Family Law Section 12-204. Software is available online which incorporates the…