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A divorce a mensa et thoro is practically nothing more than judicial permission to live separate and apart. This is in contrast to an absolute divorce, which effects a complete severance of the marital bond and entitles either of the parties, or both, to remarry.
Going through a divorce is one of the most stressful experiences you will go through in your entire life.
The last thing you want to think about after you have been married for a period of time is how you are going to deal with a divorce and all the issues that arise in a divorce.
If you are in the unfortunate position of having to file for a divorce in Maryland or you have been served with a divorce complaint in Maryland, you need the help of an experienced divorce lawyer in Maryland.
The SRIS Law Group Maryland divorce lawyers have a thorough understanding of the divorce laws in Maryland and how the Maryland divorce laws may apply to your case.
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An “absolute divorce” effects a complete severance of the marital bond and entitles either of the parties, or both, to remarry. Ricketts v. Ricketts, 393 Md. 479, 903 A.2d 857 ,(2006)
If you are contemplating filing for a divorce in Maryland or if you are defending a divorce in Maryland, then do not hesitate to contact a Maryland divorce lawyer from SRIS Law Group. A Maryland divorce lawyer from the SRIS Law Group will discuss with you the facts of your case and advise you as to your options as they relate to Maryland divorce laws.
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