Maryland Divorce Guide
How To Do Your Own Divorce in Maryland:
What You Need to Know
Richard S. Granat, Esq.
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The Maryland Divorce Guide: an Introduction
This Maryland Divorce Guide will provide you with a basic understanding of the requirements for a Maryland divorce with guidance on how to get a Maryland divorce at the lowest possible cost. You should read this guide before requesting or using our Free Legal Advice Service as many of your questions will be answered within this guide. We have attempted to explain the major issues that you need to consider when seeking a Maryland divorce with strategies for making your divorce uncontested.
Our law practice is based on the idea that if you make your divorce an uncontested divorce you will save thousands of dollars in legal fees. These funds are better invested in moving along in the next stage in your life and in the future of your children – if you have children. Investing limited resources in legal fees makes sense only in certain situations when one of the parties needs the protection that only full legal service representation can provide.
Only a small number of cases require the full services of an attorney where you will pay by the hour.
- Maryland Divorce
- Maryland Alimony
- Common Law Marriage
- Maryland Child Support
- Who Pays Child Support in a Maryland Divorce
- Calculating the Amount of Child Support
- Establishing Paternity in Maryland
- Modification of Child Support in Maryland
- Maryland Child Support Collection
- Maryland Child Support and Taxes
- Maryland Child Custody
- Custody Arrangements in a Maryland Divorce
- Custody Mediation in Maryland
- Maryland Visitation Rules
- Maryland Marital Separation Agreements
- Divorce Glossary – Know Your Terms and Definitions