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Dividing marital property and debt in a divorce

Although every divorce case in Maryland is different, with unique issues in each case, there is one issue that is almost universal in all divorce cases: property and debt division. Some divorcing couples may not have children and, therefore, there are no issue of...

How is paternity established?

When a child is born to a married couple in Maryland, the law assumes that the husband is the father of the child. This means that the father automatically has legal responsibilities toward their child, in addition to the emotional ones they must be providing. For...

How do separations work in Maryland?

Unlike other states, Maryland does not have a formal legal separation process. If a couple takes up separate residents and end their romantic relationship, then Maryland law considers them separated. A separation is a grounds for a contested divorce in Maryland,...

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