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I suspect my spouse is hiding assets, what should I do?

While any divorce can be challenging and even overwhelming at times, this can be even more so for high-asset couples. That's because considerable wealth, large investments, and large caches of property and items can be tremendously challenging to sort out,…

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What is a separation agreement and how does it work?

It can be hard to know what you can and cannot do in accordance with family law when you don't have a sufficient legal background. Generally, most people only have a vague understanding of the law - not enough to…

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Who keeps the engagement ring in a property division dispute?

Maryland has equitable distribution laws in place for couples looking to divide assets after property division in a divorce. But, the laws are not so straightforward when it comes to deciding who keeps the engagement ring in the event that…

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Dealing with asset division, other issues through limited divorce

In many states, a couple can file for divorce for any reason at any time during the marriage. Maryland, however, is a little different. A no-fault divorce can only be achieved after one year of a mutual separation. If fault…

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Who should determine asset division – my ex and I or the court?

If you live in Maryland and you and your spouse are headed for divorce, you likely have many questions about the process, especially if you've never divorced before. Depending on how long you were married, you may have accumulated many…

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Property division: What will happen to my business in a divorce?

More and more people are quitting corporate America and becoming their own bosses. While this may seem like the dream life for many Maryland residents, starting a business can be a risky venture. With no regular paycheck to count on,…

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Guidelines for property division in a Maryland divorce

Most people have heard the saying "All's fair in love and war." While those who have been through a divorce may have experienced both love and war, very few will say that they got their fair share. However, there are…

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Asset division tricky when one spouse wants to buy a new home

Maryland couples who are in the process of splitting up will find property division to be quite complicated - especially when the marital home is involved, which it almost always is. This is especially true if the couple is still…

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Property division more complex in subsequent divorces

When Maryland couples marry early on in life, say, in their 20s, they typically do not have much in terms of assets. They might be fresh out of college and just starting a career. However, when people divorce and get…

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Property division case goes to the dogs – no joint custody

When Maryland couples divorce, they typically fight over assets such as bank accounts, homes, vehicles, and expensive artwork. However, more and more divorces are involving pets, which tend to be treated as property under state laws, despite being treated as…

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