Negotiation or litigation to arrive at a final divorce agreement is time consuming. Prior to the final divorce, issues must be addressed that govern the separation and protect martial property. Use of the family home, protection of financial assets, temporary child custody, child visitation, and maintenance claims all must be resolved. A separation agreement is also necessary to avoid claims of abandonment or other malfeasance which can harm you in the divorce. We help clients negotiate and enforce a separation agreement that protects their interests and establishes the framework for support prior to the final divorce.
Part of divorce proceedings may be the determination of alimony. Brodsky Renehan Pearlstein & Bouquet helps clients establish fair alimony in relation to the marital property. We also assist clients with pendente lite alimony (alimony agreements prior to resolution of the divorce.)
Regardless of your individual situation, our family law attorneys have the experience and knowledge to help with your Maryland separation or Maryland alimony agreement.