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Month: November 2017

How to decide whether to get a prenuptial agreement

Some Maryland couples who are planning on getting married might wonder whether they need to get a prenuptial agreement. There are several circumstances in which this may be the right choice. For example, if a person owns a business, a prenup may be necessary. Without...

Family law in Maryland

Divorce can be a difficult process emotionally. Sometimes it is the only way to move forward in life. Not all Maryland divorces look exactly the same, but there are some procedural steps that they have in common. First, one spouse puts the divorce in writing by filing...

Studies examine factors in divorce

People in Maryland who have not finished high school might be more likely to get a divorce than those with a higher level of educational attainment. This is one of a number of findings in multiple studies that have looked at factors in divorce risk. Couples with age...

Signs that it’s time to end a marriage

Some Maryland couples could see divorce as a failure. However, there are many instances in which ending a marriage is preferable to the alternative. If a couple is not able to communicate effectively, there may be no foundation for the marriage to remain stable. Over...

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