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Marriage should be good for the couple’s physical and mental health. A healthy marriage results in good shape in a person’s well being. However, if a marriage is no longer a healthy one, it results in unhappiness and conflicts. This affects both of the couples and their individuality; thus, resulting in more disputes and unhealthy habits. That is usually where divorce is becoming an option.

If you think you want to end your marriage, consult with a divorce lawyer. It is better to know everything in the legal aspect and have someone who will guide you through the processes. Not only that but having a divorce lawyer make also put your mind at ease because you know someone will protect your best interests and is ready to defend you in court. Work with an experienced Rockville Divorce Lawyer who is familiar with your state law, choose Douglas Cohn, a family lawyer. Douglas Cohn has been practicing family law since 1985. With his vast knowledge and experience, he is now an accomplished Rockville Divorce Lawyer. He can help you with your inquiries about divorce, and if you decide to proceed with it, he will represent you in court. 

Going through a divorce is an emotionally difficult and draining event, however, working with an experienced divorce lawyer can make things a bit easier and less stressful than usual. Getting a divorce lawyer who understands that it is a difficult phase will help you get through trouble-free. Clients work with Douglas Cohn, a Rockville Divorce Lawyer, because:

  • He is accomplished, knowledgeable, and has a lot of experienced because he has been practicing law for more than thirty years. He has been focusing on DC Metro Family Law since he started his career in law. 
  • Because of his experiences, he has handled a lot of cases and understands these difficult phases. He will help you get through your divorce in a less stressful manner. 
  • He is ready to represent you in court and other negotiations needed. He will protect your best interests and will help you make sound decisions. 

Maryland recognizes two types of divorce, absolute divorce, and limited divorce. Absolute divorce is the complete end and dissolution of a marriage, while a limited divorce is a legal separation and it does not terminate your marriage. You must know which you will choose, if you are thinking of reconciliation in the future, limited divorce is for you. If not, choose absolute divorce. If you are confused and you cannot make up your mind yet, you should call and consult with us so we can give you the legal advice that you need. 

If you are thinking of going through an absolute divorce, grounds must be established, here are the grounds that the State of Maryland recognizes:

  • Uncontested divorce: this means that divorce is a mutual agreement. Everything is already settled including division of assets and child custody. No more disputes are needed to be negotiated in court. With that, the court will immediately grant the divorce, saving more time for you. 
  • Separation: You and your spouse must be separated for a year uninterrupted. You should also have no sexual relations with your spouse.
  • Desertion: Your spouse abandoned you (and your children) for unjustifiable reasons; and your spouse has the intention to end the marriage. 
  • Adultery: your spouse had a sexual relationship with someone else, you can file for a divorce.
  • Cruel treatment: If your spouse is cruel and violent towards you and your children, this is a ground for divorce.
  • Incarceration: If your spouse did a crime and sentences three or more years in prison. 
  • Insanity: If your spouse is in a mental institution for three years, you can file for a divorce, or if a medical doctor has declared that your spouse is not in the right mind. 

For high-quality legal assistance for your divorce, contact Douglas Cohn. He offers both in Maryland and DC Metro Family Law.  You can call us at 301-968-6840. Schedule an appointment today. 

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