Separation & Divorce

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Separation

Maryland courts will not grant an Absolute Divorce until husband and wife have been “separated” for twelve months – unless one of the “fault” grounds exists.  During the twelve-month separation period, husband and wife must live separate and apart without any marital relations. It is therefore important to maintain evidence of the date of separation in order to be granted a divorce twelve months later. For an initial response to your facts, Submit a Question. More information about Separation will be added to this page in the near future. Thank you for your patience as we develop this site.

Divorce

More information about Divorce will be added to this page in the near future. Please call me if you have any questions about Separation and Divorce, or, for an initial response to your facts, Submit a Question.

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