Useful Legal Links
If you have questions about receiving (or paying) child support, click on the link to apply for services, to check your e-child account, or to calculate child support.
If you want to calculate the amount of child support you should be receiving (or paying) if the child support guidelines apply to you, this site provides a worksheet with complete step-by-step instructions.
This site has a lot of useful information. It includes access to Maryland statutes and regulations, and forms, as well as general information regarding divorce. Here you will find articles and explanations regarding various family law matters, including domestic violence, child support, alimony, separation and divorce.
Wills & Estates
- General estate information guide (procedural matters involved in the administration of estates)
- Living Trusts: Get the Facts! Prepared jointly by the Estates and Trust Section Council of the Maryland State Bar Association and the Register of Wills Association of Maryland
- Advance Directives This site is provided by the Office of the Attorney General.
- Recent court opinions, reports, pending legislation, and court fee schedules
- Maryland court opinions
- American Bar Association
- Federal Bar Association
- Maryland State Bar Association
- Howard County Bar Association
Other Useful Community Websites
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