If you and your spouse can. Enter into a written agreement that resolves all issues regarding spousal support. And property. You can get a divorce right away. Either one of you can file and as soon as you can get in front of a judge You can get divorced.
Yes. However, the big question for you to answer is ” Is this the best thing for our son?” consider hiring a mediator to resolve all issues and avoid court delays, contentious feelings, an potentially high lawyer fees.
There is some reason that you believe he is a Maryland resident. You could use his work address his last name and home address etc. but you should indicate some address on your pleadings because you need to convince the court that he is a Maryland resident. You may not be absolutely certain of the...Read more »
His new marriage does not terminate your marriage to him. I am not licensed to practice in South Carolina but I would be willing to bet that bigamy is a crime in South Carolina as it is in Maryland. Your husband has potentially violated the criminal laws of the state of South Carolina and...Read more »
Except for the larger population jurisdictions, e.g. Montgomery County, PG County, and Baltimore City all filing is now required to be done electronically by lawyers. Clerks review papers for correctness per MD Rules before accepting them for filing, but almost all cases files by lawyers using the...Read more »
Life insurance generally comes in two different forms. Number one: term inurance has no cash value -often times an employer provides thisas a benefit to employees. You can name anybody you want as a beneficiary and it does not have to be your wife generally speaking.
Yes, If you are able to show that the removal of money that could be deemed marital and placing it into a trust for the purpose of avoiding consideration as marital property. The process or act of removing marital assets and placing them in a trust or with a third-party for the purpose of...Read more »
Started to answer this question without more information, but it may be as simple as just requesting a hearing date from the clerk of the court and presenting testimony to support the basis of the allegations in the complaint that you filed. You should call the clerk of the court and find out the...Read more »
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