If you and your spouse have a combined income of over $15,000 a month, it is likely that you entered into a prenuptial agreement prior to your marriage. A prenuptial agreement or antenuptial agreement (“prenup”) is an agreement entered between two people before a marriage where one or both parties establish their right to claim an…

During a Maryland divorce proceeding, parties tend to focus on the division of tangible things, like property or assets, and financial support, like alimony or child support. However, these parties overlook that they may need a Maryland divorce name change. Whether one spouse adopted the other’s last name or both spouses hyphenated their last names;…

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…

There are many ways to lose your job—whether through your own actions on the job or situations out of your control such as downsizing—but you may also potentially jeopardize your job because of allegations, filings, or actions that occur in a domestic proceeding, such as a divorce or a protective order hearing. If you have…

Adultery is often an emotionally complex factor in many Maryland divorces. Unlike civilian divorces, a Maryland military divorce based on adultery grounds can have a devastating impact on the accused’s military career, their ability to financially provide for their family, and even result in criminal charges. Therefore, it is important to understand how obtaining a…

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