New grounds for absolute divorce, effective October 1, 2018

The Maryland General Assembly has revised the absolute divorce statute, permitting parents with children to obtain an absolute divorce on mutual consent grounds in certain circumstances.  If you want to learn if this statute applies to your situation, please contact the lawyers at Love, Fleming, Bearsch & Halloran, LLC for a consultation.

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