This is a complicated situation, especially considering there are current orders and you went back to Maryland to attend court. You need to contact a family law attorney in your area to discuss this issue. You have established the 6 month residency requirement for what is referred to as "home state" jurisdiction, but there are more factors for a court to consider. Both courts will likely have to talk about the circumstances, and Maryland may not want to relinquish jurisdiction, which is why you need tot alk to an attorney.
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