Divorce in Maryland

Divorce in Maryland

Divorce Lawyers in Maryland

Divorce in Maryland is complex and requires an advocate fighting for your best interests. Each divorce proceeding is unique because financial structure, marital assets, alimony, child support, and other factors differ and all must be considered. Regardless of your situation, one fact is consistent across all Maryland divorces―it is primarily a financial exercise. Your Maryland divorce lawyer must have the experience, resources, and knowledge to help ensure your financial well-being and that of your family.

Divorce Settlement, Collaborative Law, and Mediation

Nobody wants to go to trial. It is time-consuming, emotional, and expensive. If we can help avoid litigation, it is in our clients’ best interests. We help clients avoid the expense of litigation whenever possible. Collaborative law and mediation are two areas of our family law practice that we can use to avoid litigation. We are also able to settle a large majority of our divorce cases prior to trial. Often, our reputation helps increase the chance of settlement since the opposing attorney is aware that your attorney is capable and proven in the courtroom.

Maryland Divorce Process

Divorce in Maryland is a process. This involves multiple steps and determinations. Prior to any divorce trial or settlement, factors must be considered and resolved. Separation, alimony, child custody, child support, determination of marital asset value, and income all factor into the proceedings. We help clients navigate this process and ensure that they are fairly represented. Regardless of the stage of your divorce, we will help you through the entire proceeding and provide you with your best opportunity for a successful resolution.

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If you are struggling with a family law issue in Maryland or D.C., contact us so we can have a conversation. Our attorneys can advise you on the way forward and, should you choose to retain our firm, help resolve the matter in the best possible manner.

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