Sometimes a man will walk away from a relationship with
minor children feeling that his obligations are finished.How wrong is that?They cannot legally run from their responsibility
even if they live in another state.Know
this, child support agencies in different states are required to help each
other establish and enforce child support orders.
There are a couple of ways to collect child support when the
other parent does not live in Maryland.You may formally ask a Maryland court to order child support payments
even though the other parent doesn't live here.You also can ask the child support agency where the other parent lives
to help establish a child support order.
Help in doing so comes in the form of Baltimore area family
lawyer Briana Arnold.She has dealt with
“deadbeat” parents for a long time and she will fight aggressively to make sure
that you get the money required to raise your kid(s).Contact attorney Briana Arnold today to
arrange a sit-down at her 1777 Reisterstown office by calling (410) 484-1400.
You may think of Southwestern states first when you consider
the topic of immigration.Maryland
however, has a large immigration community from El Salvador.Here is an interesting stat… roughly 15
percent of all Maryland residents were born in another country, while 11
percent are native-born Americans who have at least one immigrant parent.
From the recent statistics going back to 2015 nearly one
million of the state’s residence were immigrants comprising over 15% of
Maryland’s population.The breakdown was
437,740 women, 410,928 men, and 62,914 children.Besides El Salvador, India, China, Mexico,
and Nigeria comprised most of our state’s immigrants.
Probably no branch of the law is as dynamic as immigration
law.You need to select someone to
represent you who has the experience and enthusiasm for Maryland
immigrants.In Baltimore, Briana Arnold
may be the right choice for you and your family.Attorney Arnold will sit down with you at her
Commerce Center East office to discuss your case.Call today (410)