We'll help you find the right solution for your needs
Does this sound like your topic?
My husband told me he was leaving me and packed clothes yesterday and left. He is employed with NSA with Top Secret Clearance. He has been very abusive to me and the police have come to our home on several occasions in response to my calls. He ref...
Unless you agree otherwise you do not waive any grounds for divorce. Once an agreement is reached on all issues in a divorce, however, there is usually no reason to proceed on fault grounds, and most people are content to use no fault grounds (one year separation).See question
there was a law in MD earlier this year that stated 1 year without intercourse can be used as grounds of separation even if couple lived together. is this true?
There was a bill like this introduced last year in the Maryland legislature but it did not pass.See question
My husband and I have slit up. We want to get a devorse I want to know what I need to write for a leagal seperation
That's a more complicated question than can be answered here. Basically you will cover all legal and financial aspects of your marriage and divorce, including alimony, children and property division.See question
Who pays the mortgage,utilitys things like that if I own the house but wife gets use and possession and is it 3 years or up to 3 years.
The court can require one or both parties to pay the expenses if you cannot settle. It is up to three years from the date of divorce.See question
does adultery affect non maritial property
No, but the judge can consider fault and non-marital property, among other factors, in determining a marital award.See question
My husband and I were married in DC but we live in Maryland. Can I file for divorce in DC since we have a DC marriage license or do I have to file in Maryland?
You file for divorce where you live, not where you were married. But Maryland has a one year residency requirement unless the grounds for divorce occurred in Maryland. DC has a six month residency requirement. So it is not unheard of for some Maryland residents to move to DC to get divorced faster.See question
i have been married for 9 years, i have 1 child with my husband, we have a debt consolidation loan together and one shared credit card. i want to move back to my home state with my son when the divorce is complete.
You might want to see if you and your spouse can negotiate a Separation Agreement first.See question
I am going through a speration/Divorice. I am the mother of our 2 year old and his primary caretaker during the day. He wants me to move out and come to the house during the day to watch him. Do I have any rights to stay in the house?
If your name is on the deed or the lease, you have as much right to occupy the house as he does, until and unless a court orders otherwise.See question
I am filling for divorce in Maryland but we both cannot afford to live on our own during the seperation period, can we both live in our home if we make part of the home a seperate living area or an apartment until we sell the house?
If you are filing for divorce under the no-fault grounds of one year voluntary or two year's involuntary separation, Maryland law requires that you reside under "separate roofs", that is not in the same house.
However, you can live in the same house and file for divorce under fault grounds, which include desertion, cruelty and adultery.
And, most importantly, you can live in the same house with a separation agreement, which can give you almost everything a divorce gives you, except the right tor remarry.See question
total time for the past 2.5 yrs. I moved out for good June 1st of 2009. Is there any possibility my wife could receive alimony after such a short period of marriage? We fight all the time because she refuses to go to work. She has a nine year ...
There is always a possibility. In determining alimony, duration of the marriage is one of several factors the judge must consider, as well as health and income earning abilities of the parties. There are benefits and costs to hiring a lawyer and it is a decision each individual must make.See question