FAQ’s

Q. How Much does a divorce cost?
A. It is impossible to predict what your divorce will cost. We charge for the time we actually spend on your case.  If your case settles without the need for a trial, your fees will be substantially less than they would be if a trial was required. We are committed to providing you with the best possible representation at a reasonable cost. We are always willing to discuss with clients any questions they may have about their bill for legal services.

Q. Are “irreconcilable differences” grounds for divorce?
A. Not exactly. Maryland law nowhere lists “irreconcilable differences” as grounds for divorce. However, conduct which many couples describe as “irreconcilable differences” may fit into one of the other grounds for divorce.

Q. Do Maryland courts encourage separation agreements?
A. Yes. Separation agreements are generally favored by Maryland courts as a peaceful means of terminating marital strife and discord so long as they are not contrary to public policy.

Tim Conlon Esquire at

The Divorce Place

240 575-9298