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Should incarcerated parents receive a child support break?

A controversial child support regulation shift is underway, and has sparked debate in Maryland and across the nation. The change is a product of the Obama administration, and seeks to give incarcerated parents a better chance of avoiding dire financial straits as they finish their prison term and re-enter society. While many feel that the shift gives convicted criminals an undue child support advantage, others believe that the move could help custodial parents receive support payments when the other parent is released from prison.

Could your spouse be hiding funds during your divorce?

A significant aspect of any divorce case involves negotiating the division of marital wealth. This is a primary focus for many spouses, as the outcome of this process will shape an individual's life for many years following a Maryland divorce. In order to create a negotiation strategy both parties must be fully aware of the range of marital assets. In some cases, however, this is not as simple as it may seem.

High rate of divorce in second marriages

For many Maryland residents, a second chance at love is a wonderful opportunity. Many people who have gone through divorce are eager to take the lessons learned from previous relationships and put them to use in building stronger bonds the second times around. Statistics suggest, however, that second marriages have a high risk of ending in divorce. This means that individuals who are preparing to wed for second times would be wise to create prenuptial agreements that can protect their financial interests, just in case their second chances do not go according to plan.

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