How to File a Prenuptial Agreement in Maryland

Many people raise their eyebrows at the idea of a prenuptial agreement, wrongly believing the only reason to file one is because a couple doesn’t trust each other or doesn’t believe the marriage will last. But there are many valid reasons to file a prenuptial agreement in Maryland and elsewhere, even for couples with a…

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Absolute Divorce vs. Limited Divorce Primer

For Maryland couples considering divorce, there’s an option that not every state offers. For many reasons, some Maryland couples choose a limited divorce as either a first legal step toward an absolute divorce or as a temporary means to establish legal parameters while they live apart but aren’t yet ready to make the dissolution final….

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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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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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