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Construction Worker Who Said He Was Not Authorized to Work in U.S. Ordered to Pay Child Support
Construction Worker Who Said He Was Not Authorized to Work in U.S. Ordered to Pay Child Support

In a court case dealing with the question of failure to pay child support, Maryland’s appeals court has upheld a family court decision that the father, a construction worker from Jamaica who said he lacked a green card and could not find work, was voluntarily impoverished. ...

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  • What Can I Keep In a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

    For an individual, there are two types of bankruptcy – a Chapter 7, which is a liquidation, and a Chapter 13, which is a reorganization of debts. The ...

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  • What Are the Debts That Can't Be Discharged in a Maryland Bankruptcy?

    Many debts can be discharged during a Chapter 7 liquidation bankruptcy; however, there are some debts that can’t be wiped out during the bankruptcy ...

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  • What Are the Damages Available After a Maryland Auto Accident Claim?

    Auto accidents are a fact of life. When consulting a Baltimore auto accident lawyer after an automobile mishap, people are often concerned about what ...

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  • Considering Bankruptcy?

    If you’re at the point where you are considering bankruptcy to get out from under debt and phone calls from collection agencies, there is relief. ...

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  • What Role Does A “Stet” Play in Maryland Criminal Law Charges?

    One of the weapons in a Baltimore criminal law attorney’s arsenal in defending a client is getting a charge placed on the stet docket. Stet is a Latin ...

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  • Heating Oil Company’s One-Year Limitation on Lawsuits Only Good in Certain Circumstances, Court Says

    With winter fast approaching, many Maryland homeowners are tuning up their furnaces and, for those who heat with oil, getting heating oil delivered ...

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  • Common Medical Malpractice Claims in Maryland, Part 2

    Medical mistakes happen. Even Baltimore, with its access to some of the nation’s top hospitals and medical centers, experiences incidences of medical ...

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  • What Happens During Maryland Field Sobriety Tests For DUIs and DWIs?

    A Maryland police officer typically performs a three-part, physical field sobriety test after a traffic stop where there is suspicion that the ...

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  • Can I Refuse to Take a Field Sobriety Test or a Portable Breath Test?

    If you are stopped by a police officer while driving and are suspected to be under the influence, you might be asked to submit to a field sobriety ...

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