Daniel Valeriano Renart’s Answers

Daniel Valeriano Renart

Bowie Divorce / Separation Lawyer.

Contributor Level 6
  1. What do i have to do about my husband committed adultery and i do not have any prove?

    Answered about 5 years ago.

    1. Daniel Valeriano Renart
    1 lawyer answer

    In order to prove adultery in Maryland, a party must prove that the alleged adulterer had the opportunity and disposition to commit adultery. It is unclear from your explanation whether you can prove the disposition of your husband to commit adultery. It is usually best to contact an attorney who can refer a private investigator with experience in domestic law related investigations. These private investigators will know what type and how much evidence they need to collect and then issue a...

    2 people marked this answer as helpful

  2. Can i file for an absolute divorce while im still living with my husband? we have 3 children and i have nowhere to go

    Answered about 5 years ago.

    1. Daniel Valeriano Renart
    1 lawyer answer

    The grounds for an absolute divorce are (1) adultery, (2) desertion, (3) voluntary separation, (4)conviction of a felony (5) 2 year separation (6) insanity, (7) cruelty of treatment and (8)excessive vicious conduct. Many of the most common grounds for absolute divorce (2 yr separation, mutual and voluntary separation, desertion) require at least one year of separation. The separation required is a physical separation whereby the parties do not reside in the same residence. There is a...

    1 person marked this answer as helpful

  3. Protective Order Valid Across States?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Daniel Valeriano Renart
    1 lawyer answer

    There is a statute that allows a foreign jurisdiction to exercise emergency jurisdiction for the protection of a child. Without seeing the VA order, I would guess that this is what occurred in your case. The VA Order is what is valid at this point and you could rely on that Order. You will want to take affirmative action and meet with an attorney sooner rather than later. Make sure that you take the VA and MD Orders to the attorney so that they can properly advise you on how to proceed. If...

  4. Do I have to pay child support to a voluntary guardian of my children?

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Daniel Valeriano Renart
    1 lawyer answer

    The obligation to support a child is not extinguished merely because the children are with a guardian. It sounds like DE has commenced a UIFSA case against you, which is an interstate child support action. *********The information provided above is not advice and does not create an attorney-client relationship*************** Daniel V. Renart, Esquire Sasscer, Clagett & Bucher (301)627-5500

  5. The promissory note that I signed is it legal

    Answered about 5 years ago.

    1. Daniel Valeriano Renart
    1 lawyer answer

    A promissory note is essentially a contract and therefore contract law applies. The enforcement of a contract depends on the circumstances surrounding the execution of the document. There are various factors that may be very important, such as whether you had the opportunity to review the document before signing, whether you were under any duress, whether you negotiated any of its terms, whether you had an attorney at the time, whether the terms are unconscionable, etc. A contract once...

We're ready to help. Contact us today.

301-383-1525