Divorce & the High-Net Asset Couple

Divorce and the High-Net Asset Couple

When filing for a divorce in Maryland, decisions are made regarding the fundamentals: marital property, alimony, and—if there is at least one minor child—custody and child support. Resolution of these issues is required no matter who you are, where you live, or how much money you make. But your personal wealth could become a major…

divorce & domestic violence in maryland

Divorce & Domestic Violence in Maryland

Domestic Violence in Maryland: Grounds for Divorce Chronic domestic abuse, known as “cruelty of treatment,” is one of the grounds for divorce in Maryland – but the abuse must persist for an extended time period. If an abused person is being subjected to domestic violence in Maryland, he or she may need to seek the…

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Joint Custody Considerations

Under Maryland law, custody of a minor child is defined in terms of “legal custody”; “ physical custody ”; “sole custody”; “shared custody” and “ joint custody ”. When making a custody determination, Maryland judges and magistrates apply a legal standard known as the “child’s best interests” and determine where the residence of the child…