State of MD- I filed for divorce in January and it's being contested in every way possible by my bitter ex. I do not want to answer the probing interrogatories sent to me by the Defendants' lawyer. I cannot afford to retain my own attorney but doing this pro se' is very hard. I'm afraid of having to pay an attorney to help me, losing the case and then having to also pay the Defendant's attorney fees. I just want out! Is there a way to appeal to the judge to request a hearing and bypass all these other document requests? We have no real property or anything to fight over- she just won't let this failed marriage go!
Divorce is the process of formally ending a marriage. Divorces may be jointly agreed upon, resolved by negotiation, or decided in court.
Divorce court is where the divorce process takes place. The court may determine matters like alimony, child custody, and property division.
by attorney Todd Cole
You've made one of the hardest decisions of your life --- to file for divorce. You are probably feeling sad, angry, and a little confused. What... more