Md. child-support guidelines would be changed under coming legislation

ANNAPOLIS – Legislation will soon be introduced to remove a controversial provision in Maryland family law that sharply reduces noncustodial parents’ child-support obligations once they have hosted their children overnight 128 times in a year. Opponents of the current provision say it's become a magic number that changes the focus of litigation from the children’s well-being ...

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