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In his book What Your Spouse Doesn’t Want You to Know: The Ultimate Guide to Divorce in Maryland, attorney Frank Gray provides a concise and informative overview of the biggest legal issues that arise when a couple gets divorced. The information contained in the book is designed to help individuals take control of their lives and make informed decisions about what lies ahead.
The book provides answers to many of the questions you may have if you are considering a divorce. Gray shares the knowledge he has gained during his family law practice on issues such as:
- How Maryland law defines divorce
- Grounds for divorce
- How the courts handle divorce cases
- Marital property
- Child custody and child support
- Prenuptial agreements
- Criteria for picking the right divorce lawyer
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This Book Is Not Legal Advice
Please understand that the information in this book is not legal
advice. I do not represent you and, thus, I am not your lawyer
unless or until we enter into a written fee agreement. I can lay
out the basics of domestic law in Maryland but do not construe
anything in this book to be legal advice about your case, as each
case is different and an attorney can only give quality legal advice
when he or she understands the facts involved in your case. As
always, you should consult an attorney to discuss the specific
facts about your individual case.