Adam S. Hyman has experience with separation law in the state of Maryland. Sadly, not all marriages work out, and attorney Hyman is here to help you move forward. If there are no issues to be resolved such as custody, support, distribution of property, etc., couples can separate and go their separate ways, eventually qualifying for an Absolute Divorce in the state of Maryland.
In many cases though, it’s not as simple as “walking away.” That’s where an attorney experienced in separation law can offer invaluable legal help. If your spouse has already hired a divorce attorney, it is crucial that you consult with an attorney of your own to ensure that your rights are protected.
A separation agreement is a legal document that lays out matters such as custody of children, alimony or spousal support, and distribution of property while the couple is separated, and what will happen to property if the couple divorces.
Mr. Hyman has the experience you need to help draft a fair and equitable distribution of property agreement. If the division of property is included in the separation agreement, the court will generally honor the agreement, although it may make changes based on the best interests of any children of the marriage.
Attorney Hyman has experience in drafting both prenuptial agreements and postnuptial agreements. These contracts can help protect your assets and interests in the event of a divorce, and can simplify the process of getting a divorce.