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MONTGOMERY MARYLAND LAWYERS LIMITED DIVORCE – STATUTE:

Md. FAMILY LAW Code Ann. § 7-102

Limited divorce

(a) Grounds for limited divorce. — The court may decree a limited divorce on the following grounds:

(1) cruelty of treatment of the complaining party or of a minor child of the complaining party;

(2) excessively vicious conduct to the complaining party or to a minor child of the complaining party;

(3) desertion; or

(4) voluntary separation, if:

(i) the parties are living separate and apart without cohabitation; and

(ii) there is no reasonable expectation of reconciliation.

(b) Attempts at reconciliation. — As a condition precedent to granting a decree of limited divorce, the court may:

(1) require the parties to participate in good faith in the efforts to achieve reconciliation that the court prescribes; and

(2) assess the costs of any efforts to achieve reconciliation that the court prescribes.

(c) Time during which decree is effective. — The court may decree a divorce under this section for a limited time or for an indefinite time.

(d) Revocation of decree. — The court that granted a decree of limited divorce may revoke the decree at any time on the joint application of the parties.

(e) Decree of limited divorce on prayer for absolute divorce. –
If an absolute divorce is prayed and the evidence is sufficient to entitle the parties to a limited divorce, but not to an absolute divorce, the court may decree a limited divorce.

MONTGOMERY MARYLAND LAWYERS LIMITED DIVORCE:

Md. FAMILY LAW Code Ann. § 7-102 Limited divorce

Description

§ 7-102(a) – Grounds for limited divorce.

The court may decree a limited divorce on the following grounds:(1) cruelty of treatment of the complaining party or of a minor child of the complaining party;(2) excessively vicious conduct to the complaining party or to a minor child of the complaining party;

(3) desertion; or

(4) voluntary separation, if:

(i) the parties are living separate and apart without cohabitation; and

(ii) there is no reasonable expectation of reconciliation

§ 7-102(b) – Attempts at reconciliation. As a condition precedent to granting a decree of limited divorce, the court may:(1) require the parties to participate in good faith in the efforts to achieve reconciliation that the court prescribes; and(2) assess the costs of any efforts to achieve reconciliation that the court prescribes
§ 7-102(c) – Time during which decree is effective. The court may decree a divorce under this section for a limited time or for an indefinite time
§ 7-102(d) – Revocation of decree. The court that granted a decree of limited divorce may revoke the decree at any time on the joint application of the parties.
§ 7-102(e) – Decree of limited divorce on prayer for absolute divorce. If an absolute divorce is prayed and the evidence is sufficient to entitle the parties to a limited divorce, but not to an absolute divorce, the court may decree a limited divorce.

Limited Divorce In Montgomery Maryland

We will do our absolute best to help you get the best result possible based on the facts of your case.

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