The Maryland mutual consent divorce law removed the 12-month requisite separation period to obtain an absolute divorce from your spouse. It allows couples, as well as parents as of 2018, to obtain a divorce even if they are not able to separate and still reside under the same roof. But just because the process is streamlined does not mean everything about a mutual consent divorce is straightforward. There are several requirements to obtain a mutual consent divorce in Maryland. Tracey will help guide you through these requirements so that you can obtain a mutual consent divorce expeditiously.
The Law Office of Tracey L Perrick takes pride in our devotion to understanding your needs and objectives. Our Howard County Family Law Attorneys have a proven track record of advocating our clients’ rights during all phases of the divorce process, negotiations, and court appearances. We have experience with Maryland mutual consent divorce and our Howard County lawyers are familiar with the intricacies of the Maryland Family Courts. Let us help you!