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Proving Adultery in Maryland
When you became married, you promised to love your husband through all kinds of stormy weather and until death do you part. He, however, wasn’t on the same page it seems.

You became suspicious of your husband’s faithfulness when he started coming home late from work or taking “boys’ trips” all of a sudden. Then there was the constant texting and the behavior change. Instead of being the happy and warm man you married, he turned into a cold and demeaning person.

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Driving on a Suspended or Revoked License in Maryland
In Maryland, there are nine different ways to be charged with driving on a suspended or revoked license, and an infinite number of reasons why someone’s license may be suspended or revoked. With all the varieties of driving while suspended or revoked, the most important issue is knowledge.

In Maryland, in order to be convicted of driving on a suspended or revoked license, the driver must have knowledge of their license being suspended or revoked. Knowledge is not only actual knowledge, but also inferred knowledge. That means a defendant does not have to admit to the police that they knew their license was suspended, but a judge can infer from the circumstances that they knew, or should have known, that their license was suspended.

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When You Can Date After a Separation in Maryland
Those who decide to get a separation in Maryland rarely plan on spending the rest of their lives alone. Although it may take some time, people are open to the idea of dating again, even though their previous marriages didn’t work out. Unfortunately, you can’t just go out and start seeing someone whenever you want – the state of Maryland has rules about that sort of behavior. Not following the rules can result in complications with your separation or divorce.


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Filing for Maryland Divorce Based on 1 Year of Voluntary Separation
Every state is different when it comes to divorce and Maryland is no exception. The term separation can have different meanings, depending on where you live, and if you’re seeking a Maryland divorce, a Glen Burnie divorce attorney can help you understand how separation in Maryland plays into the process.

Perhaps you and your spouse have been at odds for some time or the marriage has been disintegrating for the past several months, if not years. Since Maryland divorce laws can make the process expensive and time consuming, it may help to know if you and your spouse are able to part ways amicably, you may be able to pursue divorce based on voluntary separation in Maryland.

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Maryland Traffic Violation Hit and Run Info from MD Criminal Lawyer
Whenever a driver of a car in Maryland is involved in an accident, even one they did not cause or where no one was present, the driver has the duty to stop and leave certain personal and insurance information. There are a number of different laws in Maryland the require people to stop if they are aware they were involved in an incident. They include:

  • A driver must stop and remain at the scene of any accident involving bodily injury to another or death.
  • A driver must stop and remain at the scene of an accident that result in damage to an attended vehicle or property, even when there is no bodily injury.
  • A driver involved in an accident which results in bodily injury to another or death must render reasonable assistance to the people hurt and arrange for medical treatment for injured people if necessary.

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