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Divorce

Does a gray divorce affect the adult children?

Spouses may find that their marriage comes apart after many years together. There's nothing out of the ordinary about a "gray divorce," but the dissolution still represents a life-changing outcome for the family involved. Even if both spouses heading to a Maryland...

What you should know about an uncontested divorce

Like other states, Maryland allows married couples to seek uncontested divorces. Ending a marriage in an uncontested fashion is generally faster, less expensive and less stressful than doing so through litigation. Let's take a closer look at the details of such a...

Life insurance and your divorce

Life insurance can be an issue in a Maryland divorce. Sometimes, the marital separation agreement will require each spouse to maintain a certain amount of life insurance coverage. In some cases, ex-spouses may have life insurance on each other. This can be...

Things to keep in mind before filing for divorce

When it appears that your marriage is over, it can still be overwhelming to actually admit that you want a divorce. You may keep going over the options in your head but simply not know where to turn. These simple tips about divorce in Maryland can help you focus on...

Supporting your teen during your divorce

Divorce is a complex process that affects everyone involved. As some parents in Maryland discover, divorce can affect teens in ways that might not always be easy to identify. Parents who choose to end their marriage should be prepared to support their teens during the...

Military benefits for ex-spouses after divorce

Depending on the length of your Maryland marriage and your spouse's military service, you might be eligible for certain military benefits when you divorce. Eligibility is based on the length of the marriage, the length of your spouse's military service, and how much...

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