The bottom line of this commentary is to tell Maryland obligees (formerly the term of “custodians”) and obligors (once the word of “non-custodians”) that “Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, the federal Office of Child Support Enforcement has allowed state child support programs to request a waiver to extend the federally required four-year review of the Child Support Guidelines. Maryland has received a two-year extension until December 2022,” according to the Child Support Administration (CSA) of the Maryland Department of Human Services (DHS) in their Aug. 31, 2020, email to me.Read More
Author: Howard Gorrell
As he did for the House committee, Howard Gorrell, a longtime advocate for fair congressional...Read More
The Democratic delegates on the HouseRules and Executive Nominations voted 18-6 Monday to send to...Read More
In her Tweet after she made the decision to skip Tokyo, Becca wrote, “I’m speaking up for future generations of Paralympic athletes in hope that they never have to experience the pain I’ve been through. Enough is enough.” Her exclamation made the writer proud.Read More
With the 31st anniversary of the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) coming Monday, July 26, it is time to warn Maryland small businesses about ADA virtual-by lawsuits since Maryland has dropped coronavirus-related restrictions.Read More
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