Home appraisals aren’t just for when you are considering selling or buying a home. A home appraisal in a Maryland divorce can help ensure that you “get your money’s worth” when your marital assets are divided during an absolute divorce. Maryland is an equitable distribution state. As an equitable distribution state, marital assets are divided…

While any divorce can be complicated, a Maryland Jewish divorce is especially difficult. In Maryland, a Jewish divorce requires an ecclesiastical divorce through the Rabbinical system to be valid. A divorce through the faith is not recognized by Maryland law; however, so the parties must also obtain a civil divorce through the Maryland Circuit Court…

Divorcing couples often have some idea of how their assets will be divided after the divorce is complete—who gets the house, the cars, and financial assets are often the first issues parties want resolved. When it comes to dividing debt however, most individuals are unsure what financial obligations they or their spouse are responsible for…

Although a marital settlement agreement can be beneficial, in some cases, couples may wish to set aside a Maryland marital settlement agreement or to modify its terms. What is a Marital Settlement Agreement in Montgomery County, Maryland and Prince George’s County, Maryland? Also known as a property settlement agreement or a marital separation agreement, a…

As of the most recent report by the Center for American Progress, 42% of mothers are the sole or primary family breadwinner in America. With the increase in employment growth and opportunities for wives, more husbands are staying home to care for families then ever before. While this reversal in roles is becoming the norm…

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