Baltimore Separation Agreement Lawyer
Are You Considering Divorce?
You do not need to get a separation agreement in Maryland before you get divorced. However, these agreements can be useful in many cases, especially if complex assets are involved or the divorce is likely to be contentious.
At the law office of Alice G. Pinderhughes, P.A., we can help you determine whether a separation agreement is right for you. If it is, our Baltimore separation agreement attorney can mediate the terms of the agreement or draft it. She has the experience to assist you with sophisticated assets, including businesses, stocks, and military and federal government pensions and benefits.
What Separation Agreements Can Do For You
A separation agreement does not end a marriage. It is a legal document that specifies the terms of temporary property division, spousal support/alimony, and child custody and support. We will tailor your agreement to cover all assets, including finances, real estate, personal property and retirement plans.
If you and your spouse are considering a separation, it is best to have an experienced divorce lawyer draft the agreement. If you separate without this legally binding document, your rights may not be protected if you eventually divorce. In many cases, the court will use the terms of a separation agreement in divorce proceedings. Matters concerning child custody and child support, however, are an exception. These issues are not permanently binding in a separation agreement.
Contact A Baltimore Legal Separation Attorney
To schedule an appointment, please call 410-625-0100. We represent clients in Maryland and Washington, D.C.