Family LawHelping you make good decisions during an emotional trial
Making the best decisions is most difficult during an emotionally charged experience. Divorce is one of the most stressful experiences you may endure during your entire life. What you decide during your divorce affects your finances and your family for the rest of your life. Consider these aspects of the divorce process:
Dissolution of marriage
Division of property
Modification of court orders
Domestic violence restraining orders
Alimony alone creates immense problems. Then there is child custody and visitation. Add division of property and the sorrowful possibility of domestic violence and you may have more than a painful period of time to get through. You have the need for legal representation with skill, compassion, negotiation experience, and if necessary, trial experience.
Maria Caruso represents divorce clients in Baltimore, Anne Arundel, Harford and Howard Counties. Early and earnest consultation with us is your likeliest guarantee of the best possible outcome to your divorce.
Legally ending a marriage puts incredible stress on everyone involved, especially children. Our reverence for the family distinguishes us with respect to conducting sensible divorce proceedings. Count on us for representation that is as gentle as possible to you and to all of your personal relationships. We employ excellent negotiation skills that craft fair divorce settlements. If you feel as though your spouse is taking advantage of you, or if your spouse fails to agree to a fair settlement, we can use our extensive trial experience to take your case to court.
For a consultation and case evaluation regarding your divorce, please contact us. We offer cool heads, compassionate hearts, and the legal knowledge and experience needed to handle even the most complex divorce proceedings.
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