Category Archives: Uncontested divorce

Free eBook – Divorce – Download Here – Learn About Divorce

If you are just beginning to think about separating and getting a divorce and don’t know what to do first, our just published free eBook on divorce titled “What You Need to Know About Getting a Divorce” is for you. … Continue reading






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Why You Need a Marital Separation Agreement

Execute a Marital Separation Agreement as Soon as You Separate As soon as you and your spouse execute a Marital Separation Agreement (sometimes called a Marital Settlement Agreement or a Property Settlement Agreement), your divorce will become uncontested.  You can then represent yourself in the divorce … Continue reading






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New Maryland “Mutual Consent Divorce”

Maryland has a new ground for an uncontested divorce call a “Mutual Consent Divorce”. This new type of divorce eliminates the one-year waiting period. You can expedite your divorce in Maryland, if you meet the new qualifications for a “Mutual Consent Divorce … Continue reading






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Same-Sex Divorce in Maryland

Same Sex Divorce Same sex divorce is coming to Maryland. Maryland was the first state to legalize same-sex marriage in 2012 by popular vote. Effective January 1, 2013, same sex marriage became legal in Maryland. You can also get a same … Continue reading






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Wevorce – A Better Way To Get a Divorce?

A new divorce service recently launched called Wevorce. The service promises a less acrimonious, more peaceful and rational way for a couple to get a divorce. Rather than both spouses being represented separately by counsel, which most often ends up in … Continue reading






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Consider Online Divorce Mediation If You Have Conflicts

The Uncontested Divorce and How Online Divorce Mediation Can Get You There Divorce mediation, particularly, online divorce mediation, can be a quick and inexpensive way to resolve your divorce conflicts. Here is how it works: The lowest cost way to … Continue reading






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How To Get Divorced When You Can’t Locate Your Spouse: Alternative Service of Process

Alternative Service of Process In general:  every party has the right to notification of a divorce being filed against him/her requiring “Service”.  This is called “Service of Process in a Divorce”.  Each state has its own service of process requirements … Continue reading






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New York No-Fault Divorce

New York No-Fault Divorce is based on “Irretrievable Breakdown” of the marriage. New York is one of the last states to pass a no-fault divorce law.  As of August  15, 2010, New Yorkers have the option of filing for a no-fault … Continue reading






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Maryland Simplifies No-Fault Divorce Law

Maryland has simplified its no-fault divorce law as of October 1, 2011.  Previously spouses could get divorced by voluntary agreement after a 12 month separation. If the agreement was not voluntary, the waiting period has always been two years.  Now in … Continue reading






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Uncontested Divorce is the Way To Go

An Uncontested Divorce is the Way to Go We know from experience that many couples can handle their own, no-fault, uncontested divorce maintaining control over their divorce action. Since 1998, we have helped tens of thousands of couples do their … Continue reading






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