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How do Maryland courts address child custody issues?

Not every marriage in Maryland is meant to last. When parents in Maryland decide to divorce, one of their primary concerns may be child custody and visitation. Maryland courts have a process that is followed when it comes to making child custody decisions. It is important that parents understand this process, so they can protect their rights.

Let's talk about the financial aspects of a Maryland divorce

In some ways, you know you'll always love your spouse even though you no longer want to stay married. You have children together, and you shared many memories through the years in your Maryland home. You understand that your relationship wasn't able to withstand certain pressures and you're ready to negotiate a fair and agreeable settlement, and move on in life.

Domestic violence can have life-long effects

When people in Maryland think of domestic abuse, they may envision physical violence. However, domestic abuse can be financial, emotional or physical in nature. Any type of domestic abuse can deeply scar a person for the rest of his or her life. Domestic violence can occur not just between spouses, but between parents and children, between family members living together and between two people who once had a romantic relationship but are no longer together.

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