Maryland Divorce Legal Crier
A wife can ask the divorce court to change her name back to her former name at the divorce hearing in Maryland. Under common law, you can call yourself anything you want to as long as it is not to defraud anyone or interfere with their rights. Maryland law is the same. But sometimes a […]
The court granted an emergency divorce the same day it was filed to the wife of the BTK Killer on grounds of mental and physical distress.
The judge did not think it was too funny when a witness testified in a battery case in a shirt that said “Wanna raise some hell?” on the front and “Hell yeah!” on the back. He was jailed for contempt of court. It is always a good idea to wear proper attire to divorce court. […]
The State of Our Union 2005, an annual report by the National Marriage Project at Rutger’s University, states that divorce and marriage rates have been on the decline for the last twenty years. Meanwhile, more couples are deciding to live together without the benefit of marriage, and about eight percent of households in the USA […]
About one out of two marriages will end in divorce, according to divorcerate.com, and the odds are even worse for second and third marriages.
Pro se means do it yourself. More than half of all divorces involve no attorneys or attorneys only for one side. You are not required to have an attorney in a divorce. The Montgomery County Commission for Women in Rockville, Maryland, is a great place to obtain information about pro se divorce in Maryland for […]
Here’s another typical divorce scenario. The husband is very successful in business as a result of his ability to control his environment. Because this works for him in the business world, he tries to apply the same tools at home with his family. But most people do not like to be controlled in social situations. […]
“If you’ve only been married once, you just don’t like people.” — Anon