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…

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…

When parents divorce or separate tensions and emotions can lead to actions that can further divide and harm a family. One parent, may unilaterally decide to poison the other parent’s parent-child relationship for revenge, to try to drive the parent way, to deter the other parent from exercising their visitation rights, or to even force…

During many contested custody cases in Maryland, emotions will run high. Intense and negative conflict from litigation can spillover and outside of the courtroom and impact your family’s daily life. In high-conflict custody cases, parents may openly insult each other in the presence of the child or attempt to poison the child’s relationship with the…

Although not commonly considered, a party responding to a Complaint for Absolute Divorce or a Complaint for Limited Divorce, has the right to defend against the allegations that are alleged as the grounds for divorce. Typically, property, child custody, child support, and alimony are contested issues during a divorce, but a party may defend against…

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