There are generally 6 grounds for divorce in Maryland for most cases.   
  • The following grounds require the parties live separate and apart (separate roofs) for 12 months prior to filing for divorce:
    • No fault grounds
    • Desertion
    • Contructive Desertion
  • The following grounds require no separation period before filing for a divorce:
    • Adultery
    • Domestic Violence 
    • Mutual Agreed Divorce (no children)
A divorce separates the assets of the parties to allow the parties to go on with their post marriage life.   Divorce determines alimony, property and pensions.   It does not divide debt.  In general, any debts are the responsibility of the person whose name is on the debt.

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