Top Rated Howard County Divorce Lawyer with Personalized Client Service
Tracey Perrick is a Maryland divorce lawyer who handles child custody, child support, spousal support, divorce and other family law matters.
The Law Office of Tracey L. Perrick recognizes that divorce and other family law issues are very stressful and involve sensitive issues which require both expertise and compassion. You don’t just need a Howard County divorce lawyer and family law attorney in Maryland, you need a family attorney who truly listens to you and helps you achieve family law focused results tailored to your individual goals and needs. Our Maryland divorce and family law firm is based out of Fulton, Maryland and we serve Howard County, Baltimore County, Montgomery County, Carroll County and Anne Arundel County. Call us today to ensure your family law rights are protected and learn how we can achieve the best possible outcome in your divorce or family law case.
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The Law office of Tracey L. Perrick is the trusted Howard County Divorce Lawyer
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Whether you are facing a traditional family law matter, third party custody law matter, or high conflict divorce law matter, we are prepared to represent you and meet your individual needs.
Meet Our Family Law Attorney
Meet Our Howard County Divorce Attorney
After working for several prestigious family law firms in Howard County, Maryland, most recently as a Partner at a well-known firm in Columbia and Annapolis, Tracey decided to establish her own family law practice in Howard County, Maryland in July 2020. Tracey has many years of experience as a family law attorney and litigator. The Law Office of Tracey L Perrick handles an array of domestic family law matters across central Maryland including but not limited to divorce law, custody law, alimony law, child support law, property settlements law, domestic violence law, contempt of court actions law, post-judgment issues, and prenuptial and postnuptial agreements.
Divorce and Family Law Frequently Asked Questions
No. If you and your spouse/partner have a fully executed Separation Agreement that resolves all issues between the two of you, and neither party is attempting to set aside the Separation Agreement, then you do not have to wait a year to obtain your uncontested absolute divorce and can file right away, even if you are still living together.