I am sorry to hear that you are going through this difficult situation in your life. It is very important that you find an attorney with whom you can go into detail about this question given the different factors involved. It would not be wise to give a simple answer to such a very complicated and...Read more »
If the house was purchased during the marriage it is likely that you both are entitled to half of the house because it is marital property. If it is marital property, either of you may propose to buy the other's interest in the house or you may put the house on the market and split the proceeds.
My pharmacy gave me someone's else medication, I didn't realize until I took one and immediately threw it up, but I haven't been feeling well since, I'm thinking about going to see my doctor on Monday, I took the medicine back and the pharmacist documented the mistake.
My children’s father/estranged husband abused me for 18 yrs. My bones have been broken, & I’ve been covered in lumps & bruises. His violent alcoholic abuse turned into countless death threats & he started threatening & physically abusing the boys & my disabled Mother. Which... Read more »
There is no automatic divorce even if you haven seen or spoken to o your spouse in 6 months. You will need to file for a divorce. I suggest that you make an appointment with a lawyer to discuss what to do.
Hello, I am married for 6 years and am not able to go my house because my husband's sister is living there. Since our first year of marriage every visit she tries to break us up. She is here on a tourist visa. Right now I am not working, will I be able to get alimony? Also, is what my sister... Read more »
I am not able to give you an answer without more information. There are questions and follow up questions that need to be asked about your situation for me to give you an answer. You may call to schedule a consultation or any divorce lawyer in Maryland of your choosing.
When I evaluate what you said, the question hints at potential bias because the presiding judge and the opposing counsel (also a judge) are friends or know each other. If there is bias present in the judge’s decision making there could be a conflict of interest in which the judge ‘s decisions...Read more »
Maryland (as well as the other two neighboring jurisdictions, D.C. and Virginia), is a contributory negligence state, which means that if an individual is even one percent at fault for an accident, then he or she is ineligible to recover any damages from an injury claim or civil case.
You are correct that you can fie for a mutual consent divorce. This does not require a separation period. However, you must have a prepared separation agreement and there are a few other requirements that must be met that are in the Maryland Code. To get some help targeted to you particular...Read more »
Spying with an electronic device where there is a reasonable expectation of privacy and without your consent is illegal. It violates the Electronic Communications Privacy Act--a federal law. It is also illegal under Maryland law. Specifically, Maryland Courts and Judicial Proceedings Section...Read more »
The case might have been dismissed if the husband never served the wife or did not serve the wife properly. The wife can file for divorce if the case was dismissed. If the husband's case was not dismissed and is still active then the court might reject the wife's filing.
My name on the marriage license is Frazier however I married an Ubiera and changed my name accordingly after getting married. We got divorced and the papers refer to me as Frazier but my last name is Ubiera. All my identification etc is Ubiera. Am I still divorced or no.
To answer your question, yes. You are divorced because you were granted a divorce and received a divorce decree. If you want to amend your divorce decree to include the correct last name you can do that. Just file a motion (request) with the court that issued your divorce decree.
If you do not have children together there is no waiting period. If you do have children together then you may separate at any time, but cannot be granted a divorce until the one year period has passed.
As much as you may want to settle your divorce by mutual agreement, there is nothing you can do to force your spouse to agree to the terms that you want her to. Unless both parties agree to all the divorce terms, you must have a contested divorce and it will be litigated in court.
We have two different companies that basically do the same business. 1 partner is the sole owner of Company A and a 30% owner in company B. He wants to merge Company A into B and do business under Company B. The reason is because Company B is a construction company and we want to use the... Read more »
Changing the name would have no effect. So, I would advise you make the businesses one business. You have not said what type of business Company A is. But should they have the same or similar purposes it should be fine. However, I do urge you to consult with an attorney so that he or she can get...Read more »
When you set up a business you do need to follow the state law requirements and pay all your dues. You should have dissolved the business if you weren’t making any money at all for the first year. That doesn’t mean not making a profit. It means literally not...Read more »
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