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Maryland Estate Planning Attorneys > Maryland Family Law FAQs > What qualifies as a material change of circumstances in a Maryland child custody case?

What qualifies as a material change of circumstances in a Maryland child custody case?

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A material change in circumstances is a change that significantly affects the welfare of the child such as a custodial parent moving significant distance from their current residence, a change in the child’s school, the incapacity of the custodial parent or the inability of the custodial parent to properly care for the child. All those are considered material change in circumstances in the state of Maryland.

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