- Published: Thursday, 26 January 2017 19:36
- Written by Daniel A. Gross
If you live in Maryland, whether it is Prince George’s County, Montgomery County, Baltimore, or any other are in the state and want to get divorced, it can be a long and complicated process for someone who does not first speak with an experienced family law attorney.
This first thing to understand is that in the vast majority of cases, you will have to live apart and separate from your spouse for one or two years before you can actually file for divorce. If you have an agreement with your spouse to live apart and separate, the separation period is a year, as opposed to two years as is typically required absent an agreement.