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…

Throughout the United States, it is becoming increasingly more common for older couples to divorce. A gray divorce, or a divorce where the average age of the couple is over 50, focuses less on child custody and support, and more on retirement and asset division. While many married couples know they have retirement accounts, they…

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…

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