Alimony Laws In Maryland
Alimony Lawyer Serving Clients Throughout Maryland
In Maryland, there are various types of spousal support that may be awarded to a spouse or partner who faces a financial disadvantage following divorce. Types of alimony include:
- Temporary: Awarded in cases when a spouse or partner needs short-term financial support, typically until landing employment.
- Rehabilitative: Awarded when a spouse or partner requires job training or to complete education needed to enter the job market.
- Permanent: Typically only awarded in cases of long-term marriage, when one spouse or partner has no marketable job skills because of serving the family as a homemaker.
If spousal maintenance will be an important issue in your pending divorce in Maryland, call Carl W. Disque, P.C., Attorney at Law, in Hagerstown. I offer more than 25 years of experience providing aggressive and effective legal counsel for clients on either side of the alimony issue. I will evaluate your circumstances and provide an honest assessment of whether the court is likely to award spousal support as part of your divorce judgment.
Maryland Alimony Laws And Mediation
Alimony is often one of the most contested issues in any divorce. Maryland family law judges expect spouses or partners and attorneys to first try to work out a resolution to contested issues without needing to bring the matter to court. Hiring a mediation professional is an excellent option for negotiating a fair settlement under the guidance of a trained mediator who also understands the law and knows what will be acceptable to a judge. I am on a panel of court-appointed mediators, ready to help you and the other party seek a cost-efficient resolution to your alimony dispute.
Learn More About Divorce And Alimony And Maryland Alimony Laws
Call the law office of Carl W. Disque, P.C., Attorney at Law, in Hagerstown toll free at 866-478-4826 or contact me by email to arrange a low-cost initial consultation. I will answer your questions and give you an honest assessment of your legal circumstances, time frame for a resolution and approximate legal expenses.