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What happens to your marital property in Maryland?

One of the main concerns of many couples getting a divorce is money. Worry can fuel this concern; nobody wants to receive the short end of the stick and watch their ex live quite comfortably. You might worry about who keeps the house and how to divide your joint bank account.

Do stay-at-home parents lose everything in divorce?

Question: I’m a stay-at-home mom. My two children are 5 and 3 years old, so I haven’t been able to make money for the past few years. Meanwhile, my husband has purchased most of what we own. Now that we are getting a divorce, do I get half of it? Will he get to keep everything, including the house?

The issues that can, and can't, be addressed in a prenup

Many people consider a prenuptial agreement before they walk down the aisle and get married to their one true love. Even though some people may think that prenuptial agreements are an "anti-love" contract, these documents actually serve many critical purposes. They protect the spouses in case of divorce; they can expedite the divorce process; and it affords the spouses a chance to talk about some important issues before they get married.

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