5 Nov 2013

5 Nov 2013

What is an Uncontested Divorce in Maryland?

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While divorce is an emotional challenge, it can be done in an amicable way. Whether through the assistance of lawyers, mediators, or just discussions between spouses, divorcing spouses can often come to a resolution out of court. While it is not required, a written agreement is highly recommended for any out-of-court settlements, especially if there […]

1 Nov 2013

1 Nov 2013

How Can I Obtain a Divorce in Maryland?

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When one spouse has grounds for divorce, he or she can file a Complaint for Absolute Divorce with the Circuit Court in the county where either spouse is living. When the Court receives the Complaint, it will issue a Writ of Summons. The spouse who filed the Complaint will then have to serve the other […]

30 Oct 2013

30 Oct 2013

What is Collaborative Divorce?

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If you’re considering divorce, you may be subjected to a drawn-out, expensive battle whose outcome will be decided by a judge. But if you and your spouse are on reasonably good terms — or at least willing to work together to come to an agreement — there’s another option: collaborative divorce. Working Together on a […]

24 Oct 2013

24 Oct 2013

3 Reasons to Choose Collaborative Law in Maryland

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It used to be that when you had a serious, law-worthy dispute with a spouse, neighbor, or anyone else you headed to court. Everyone fought like cats and dogs. Everyone got angry and stayed that way for years. Everyone hated the whole thing, but everyone gritted their teeth and put up with it. Choosing the […]

17 Oct 2013

17 Oct 2013

5 Factors to Consider in a Child Custody Case in Maryland

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A child custody case in Maryland can very quickly become contested and more heated than it needs to be. ¬†However, it is important to keep in mind several factors which will not only help the process go smoothly, but will additionally assist in the years to come. Your ex-spouse is not your worst enemy. ¬†Making […]

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