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How Does Property Division in Divorce Work?

Property Division in Divorce

Divorces usually involve property division. With a few important exceptions, all the property that was acquired during a marriage is considered marital property in Maryland. Marital property normally includes such things as houses, cars, furniture, personal property, stocks, bonds, jewelry, bank accounts, pensions, retirement plans, 401k accounts and IRA’s. It generally does not include the value of professional degrees/licenses. Read more

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Marital Property and Divorce in Maryland

Separation and divorce have a profound impact on a family’s financial affairs. At the outset of the dissolution of the marriage  you need to understand the concept of marital property and be prepared to take steps to maximize your ability to ensure that your rights regarding the family’s assets are not compromised and that the assets are available for identification and valuation purposes. Read more