Q: What Maryland visitation laws are in place for custodial parents when non custodial parent moves out of country for mil?
Non custodial parent is active duty and has 3 year orders to Japan.
A: That simple question calls for a very broad answer, because how Maryland family law will apply to your particular situation may depend on whether there is a marital settlement agreement, whether any such MSA has been incorporated into a court order, whether the non-custodial parent intends to take the child to Japan, etc. Your question would be best answered by an attorney who is aware of all of the facts of your particular situation.
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