Child Custody Frederick Md
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How you can separate even if your spouse won’t move out and you can’t afford to move out.
Frederick Maryland divorce and custody lawyers are often presented with some very practical questions concerning separation. For example “I want a divorce but my spouse won’t move out, so we won’t be separated? What can we do?” That question is undoubtedly the most common “Catch-22” in Maryland Family Law.
The answer I most often tell people is: “How many couples do you know who BOTH want to be divorced but just can’t?” The answer is few or none. Like many questions in family law the problem is solved by simply putting both parties’ interest in the same direction. If both parties want to be divorced and they have agreed upon most of the issues of support, visitation and alike; it really does not matter who moves out and who stays.