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Maryland has been known to be one of the most difficult states to get a divorce in. There are several codes and regulations regarding divorce law in Maryland. Divorces in Maryland can be either contested or uncontested. If the divorce is contested, there must be adversarial proof presented before the court. However, if the case is uncontested, there has to be one year separation between the parties. The parties can usually cooperate and bring about a faster resolution in court.
All of these factors must be considered before filing for divorce in Maryland. At the Law Office of Thomas E. Pyles, P.A., we have the experience and expertise for handling Maryland divorce, separation, and custody cases.