443.203.9378
·
Contact@dondiwestlaw.com
·
Mon - Fri 9am-5pm
Free Phone Consultation
443.203.9378
·
Contact@dondiwestlaw.com
·
Mon - Fri 9am-5pm
Free Phone Consultation

Month

May 2012
[dropcap type=”circle” color=”#COLOR_CODE” background=”#COLOR_CODE”]T[/dropcap] he state of Maryland is an equitable distribution state, which means property distribution is determined by what the Circuit Court considers fair. Under Maryland divorce law property division may not be equal, depending on the circumstances of the divorce. During Maryland property division, the Maryland divorce court first goes through a...
Read More
[dropcap type=”circle” color=”#COLOR_CODE” background=”#COLOR_CODE”]M[/dropcap] aryland divorce courts accept both no fault and fault grounds for divorce. Under Maryland divorce law, permanent divorce is called an absolute divorce. In Maryland divorce there are two kinds of┬áno fault divorce. A couple needs to be mutually and voluntarily separated for more than a year with no hope or...
Read More