Collaborative Law is an alternate, out-of-court method of resolving all divorce-related issues through the help of a professional team. Once the spouses agree that the… Read More »How Does The Collaborative Process Work?
Under Maryland law, spouses can file for either an “Absolute Divorce” or a “Limited Divorce.” A Limited Divorce is helpful for a spouse seeking temporary… Read More »When Can I File For Divorce in Maryland
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… Read More »What is an Uncontested Divorce in Maryland?
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… Read More »How Can I Obtain a Divorce in Maryland?
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… Read More »3 Reasons to Choose Collaborative Law in Maryland
Collaborative law can be an easy alternative to resolve a dispute regarding a family law case, very often in divorce cases. Collaborate law offers an… Read More »Does My Case Qualify as Collaborative Law?