Filing a Military Divorce in Maryland

Military spouses face special considerations and unique obstacles when choosing to file for a divorce. There are federal laws that apply only to active duty military divorces, service of divorce documents, division of government benefits, and much more. While the following provides an overview of military divorce and its eccentricities, any military member or spouse…

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Marital Vs. Non-Marital Property in Maryland

Next to child custody, the most disputed matter in Maryland divorces is property division. Divorce attorneys are asked questions about property division and divorce every day. One of the most common is in regards to marital vs. non-marital property. This article provides a brief discussion of marital and non-marital property in Maryland. For answers to…

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Maryland Child Relocation Laws

When a custodial parent wants to move far enough away from their co-parent that child visitation becomes difficult or impossible, what recourse does the non-moving parent have?  While parents may have personal agendas for moving or trying to keep another parent from relocating, the court ultimately bases its decision about a proposed move on the…

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Divorce Is Changing

At this point in time, everyone has heard the claim that 50% of all marriages end in divorce. The statistic was popularized in the 1980s when divorce rates historically skyrocketed to 47-53%. However, this statistic is no longer accurate, and the face of divorce is changing due to several important factors.

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