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Child advocacy: When real permanency differs from the plans in Maryland law

Once a child has entered foster care, the local Department of Social Services (“Department”) must work towards a permanency plan. Md. Code Ann., Family Law ...

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Commentary: Four ways to approach a fee-reduction demand

Your client says, “Give me a 10 percent discount — or else.” What do you do? To put it simply: “else.” Clients who ask for ...

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Child Advocacy: Terminating parental rights is not always in a child’s best interests

The Baltimore City Department of Social Services (“the Department”) recently sought to terminate the parental rights of a father of two children committed to the ...

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Commentary: Cash still king for alimony payments

BOSTON – Alimony is the payment of support from a spouse, who has the ability to pay, to a spouse in need of support for ...

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