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Providing Dedicated Legal Guidance Throughout A Difficult Time

Going through a divorce is a tumultuous time. Suddenly, your marital assets, family home and even time with your children may be at stake. When so much is on the line, an experienced family law attorney can provide the dedicated guidance you need.

The attorneys at Bours & Lucero, LLC, have nearly 70 years of combined experience in working with spouses, parents and families across Maryland. We understand the stress that accompanies a divorce and other related legal issues. We are there for our clients every step of the way, from the early stages of filing for divorce to finalizing an order.

Grounds For Divorce In Maryland

There are two types of divorces in Maryland: absolute divorce and limited divorce. Absolute divorce entails a legal separation of the married couple by the court, which ends the marriage. Limited divorce addresses the same legal issues as an absolute divorce does, but the couple remains legally married.

While Maryland recognizes “no-fault” divorces, fault-based grounds for divorce include abuse, insanity, adultery and more. To file for a no-fault divorce, at least one spouse must have resided in the state for one year before filing. You also must show that you and your spouse have been separated either involuntarily for two years or voluntarily for one year.

We Are Prepared To Help You More Forward

Divorce can be an emotionally draining process, especially when tensions are high and issues are disputed. Whether you face an uncontested or contested divorce, we take the time to truly understand your situation before we prepare a customized approach to your case. We help families through all areas of divorce, including:

We have decades of experience in representing our clients in complex family law cases. From mediating a divorce to taking on high-conflict cases, we are prepared to fight for your best possible outcome.

Discuss Your Situation With Us

We help you understand what we need to do to protect you, and what your divorce timeline looks like. Contact our Rockville office by calling us to schedule your initial consultation. Call us at 240-428-0933 or email us today to begin protecting your tomorrow.