Maryland Divorce Prepared for Only $99.95
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After we receive your order and your intake form, we will forward your information to our Maryland paralegal who will process your divorce papers.
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Once your order has been received it will be forwarded to the Maryland paralegal who will be assigned to your case for the duration of the process. Your assigned paralegal will answer any questions that you have and process your documents.
Our Maryland Paralegals are specifically trained in Maryland divorce procedures and will assist you in getting the fastest, easiest, and most affordable divorce available.
We include all forms needed for an Maryland divorce.
One of the parties must be a resident of Maryland for a period of one year.
To get a divorce based on any of the following grounds:
You must provide one of the grounds in your complaint:
Desertion, if: (a) the desertion has continued for 12 months without interruption before the filing of the application for divorce; (b) the desertion is deliberate and final; and (c) there is no reasonable expectation of reconciliation;
Voluntary separation, if: (a) the parties voluntarily have lived separate and apart without cohabitation for 12 months without interruption before the filing of the application for divorce; and (b) there is no reasonable expectation of reconciliation;
Conviction of a felony or misdemeanor in any state or in any court of the United States if before the filing of the application for divorce the defendant has: (a) been sentenced to serve at least 3 years or an indeterminate sentence in a penal institution; and (b) served 12 months of the sentence;
2-year separation, when the parties have lived separate and apart without cohabitation for 2 years without interruption before the filing of the application for divorce;
Insanity if: the insane spouse has been confined in a mental institution, hospital, or other similar institution for at least 3 years before the filing of the application for divorce;
Cruelty of treatment toward the complaining party or a minor child of the complaining party, if there is no reasonable expectation of reconciliation; or
Excessively vicious conduct toward the complaining party or a minor child of the complaining party, if there is no reasonable expectation of reconciliation.
If the parties cannot agree on property division, the court will decide based on equitible distribution.
The parties can agree and sign a Marital Settlement Agreement which will stipulate how the marital property shall be divided.
Parties can agree on child custody, either sole custody or joint custody. If the parties cannot agree, the court will decide what is in the best interest of the minor children.
Parties may agree on child support. If they cannot agree on child support, the court will decide using the Maryland child support guidelines. The court will calculate child support and include costs for heath and dental insurance, child care, and extraordinary needs for the children.
All family law cases must be filed on state mandated forms. We use these forms for all packages.
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