Frequently, once a couple decides that a marriage is no longer working, the parties will choose to file for a divorce as soon as possible. For many reasons, some couples may choose to separate indefinitely without filing for a divorce, and it may be years before a spouse is ready or able to file a…

For many people, divorce can be an uncomfortable, confusing, and time-consuming process. Frequently the parties in a divorce can feel angry, guilty, sad, and emotionally drained. These feelings are very common during a divorce, but they can lead to avoidable and problematic mistakes. There are many potential divorce mistakes to avoid in Maryland. Below is a…

Most engaged couples with a wedding on the horizon, rarely consider that they may one day decide to divorce their future significant other. Despite the unromantic nature of considering a divorce, an engaged couple should carefully consider a worst-case scenario for their relationship. A Maryland antenuptial agreement, may potentially reduce the risk of lengthy divorce litigation….

One of the biggest disputes in divorce proceedings is figuring out what should happen to the marital home in Maryland. For most divorcing couples, the marital home is the most valuable asset acquired during the marriage and that may cause complications in a Maryland divorce proceedings. Generally, most families are emotionally attached to the marital home, and…

In the last 20 years, gray divorces have increased throughout Montgomery County, Maryland and Prince George’s County, Maryland. More married couples over the age of 60 have been divorcing with the divorce rate in this age group doubling between 1990 and 2010, according to a study by Bowling Green State University. Given the frequency of…

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