Property division during a divorce can be complicated, especially when the parties disagree about how their assets should be divided. Generally, assets acquired before the marriage is non-marital property and is the exclusive property of the party that acquired it, while assets acquired during the marriage may be considered marital property and could potentially be…

Any legal case can be draining, but if a judge ruled against you after considerable time, stress, and expense, it can be especially difficult. If you believe your Maryland judge is wrong in your case, don’t give up hope! Maryland law provides you with at least four different options that may help you obtain a…

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…

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….

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…

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