From the Courts

Successful CINA appeal didn’t bring kids back

A mother’s successful appeal of an order that placed her two daughters in foster care did not lead to her reunification with them, as the juvenile court judge validly found the children had developed a loving and lasting bond with their foster parents, Maryland’s top court has held.

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Support waiver was void

Parents cannot waive their children’s right to support, even when their separation agreement includes such a waiver and a non-modifiability clause, the Court of Special Appeals has held.

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