Decide on your divorce type before filing to end your marriage

Coming to the realization that your marriage isn’t what you want it to be can be a difficult discovery. That discovery might lead you to thoughts of dissolving the marriage. We know that you might have some questions you need answered and some information that you need to obtain so that you can make a decision about how to move forward with your life.

One of the first things that you have to decide is whether you want an absolute divorce or a limited divorce. An absolute divorce is one in which you and your spouse are legally divorced. A limited divorce is better known as a legal separation. Learning about how each of these options can affect your life is vital because you don’t want to make a decision that isn’t what you really want.

When you make your decision, you will have to work through a variety of issues. You have to think about property division, child custody and child support. Some people might have to think about business divisions and more complex property division issues. We are here to help you learn about your rights as you go through the process of obtaining an absolute divorce or a limited divorce in Maryland.

No matter what type of divorce you need to file for, we can help you sort everything out. You don’t have to try to deal with everything regarding the legal aspect of your divorce while you are also coping with the emotional aspects. We can fight for you on the legal side so you can focus on the personal side.

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