If you’re choosing to end your marriage, you may be able to obtain an annulment in Maryland instead of a divorce. A divorce is the official ending of a marriage; however, in some instances the marriage was invalid at the time it occurred and, therefore, a divorce can’t be obtained. In cases where the court…

Many individuals who are facing family or domestic disputes are unfamiliar with traditional court proceedings and the availability of the appeals process in instances where they may disagree with a judge’s order. The use of magistrates in Maryland family courts can confuse a litigant as to their options for recourse when the litigant disagreed with…

Maryland couples who wish to end their marriage may think that divorce is their only option. However, in some cases a Maryland annulment may be available, saving the parties time and money. Maryland annulments are different from divorces: a divorce officially ends a valid marriage, while an annulment occurs when the marriage was never valid….

Bigamy occurs when one spouse is still legally married at the time they enter into a subsequent marriage with another individual. Whether done intentionally or accidentally, bigamy cases can result in serious consequences for your marriage and may even result in a felony conviction and significant jail time. If your Maryland spouse committed bigamy, it…

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