Maryland divorce attorney Rudy Jaworski answers:
Divorce Preparation and Settlement
Although divorce is not the easiest process to go through, by being civil with the other party, compromising where you can, and standing up for what you believe in, you can create a divorce settlement agreement you can live with.
Nobody wants to go through a divorce filled with accusations and disagreements. Unfortunately, in some cases, a divorce can go from amicable to ugly really quickly.
You can never be fully prepared for all the legal and emotional issues that may come up during a divorce, but there are steps you can take to minimize damage. To ensure a smoother divorce, follow these tips.
When you’re fighting for custody, division of assets or property, alimony, or child support in a contested divorce, gathering proper evidence to prove your side of the argument is of the utmost importance.
It’s not recommended, but, if you do, you should know the rules that control what they can do for you.
Can we hire one attorney to prepare our divorce agreement?
I am the custodial parent. Should I keep the house?
Although arbitration may not be right for everyone and has a few drawbacks, it is clear that in most instances, arbitration provides many advantages over traditional litigation.
Can my spouse and I prepare our own separation agreement or do we need to hire lawyers?