Maryland Divorce Lawyers
Maryland Divorce Lawyers
Attorneys Serving Metro D.C. Area, including Prince George’s County, Montgomery County and all of Maryland
Whether you live in the State of Maryland or elsewhere in the Washington Metropolitan Area, strict laws apply to legal separation, divorce, and the issues of child custody and child support. In many instances, statutory requirements are set in place that allow little flexibility, should private negotiations fail.
Contested and Uncontested Divorce
MR&R’s family attorneys handle both contested and uncontested divorces throughout the State of Maryland and its surrounding communities. Our divorces lawyers understand that each case is unique. Whether you are facing an uncontested divorce with no children and minimal assets, or a contested divorce involving conflict, significant marital property and possible litigation, we strive to obtain a successful resolution for our clients.
MR&R assists individuals who wish to live apart from a spouse but still remain married by petitioning for legal separation. Many times legal separation can be converted into an uncontested divorce.
Custody, Visitation, Parenting Plans
The divorce attorneys at Maryland’s Meyers, Rodbell & Rosenbaum, P.A. are dedicated to making a difficult life event as stress-free as possible for their clients, and they work especially hard to make sure that the effect of divorce on the children involved is minimized as much as possible.
In divorce cases involving domestic violence, we can help your family through this challenging and difficult time by taking the appropriate legal steps to protect your loved ones and your parental rights through the family law courts. To the extent that court intervention in the form of a judicial order prohibiting communication or contact with spouse and/or children is necessary, the law firm litigation team is ready to move fast to obtain restraining or protective orders, including advancing the matter through criminal channels if need be.
Premarital and Domestic Partnership Agreements
Our Prince George’s County family attorneys understand that making life changing decisions as parties enter into relationships can be challenging, therefore, we can aid in helping couples enter into legally binding contracts that can determine property rights upon the death of a spouse, as well as determine property and support rights if the marriage were to end in divorce.