Are Maryland divorce records public?
The records maintained by the Office of the Clerk of Court are available to the public for review. However, access to some records may be restricted. For more information, see http://mdcourts.gov/legal/courtrecords.html.Court records can be searched on the Maryland Judiciary Web site.
What is a decree divorce?
The decree nisi is a provisional decree of divorce pronounced when the court is satisfied that a person has met the legal and procedural requirements to obtain a divorce. The decree absolute is the final decree which actually dissolves the marriage. Once this has been granted you are ‘divorced’.
What should I ask for in a divorce decree?
5 Things To Make Sure Are Included In Your Divorce SettlementA detailed parenting-time schedule—including holidays! Specifics about support. Life insurance. Retirement accounts and how they will be divided. A plan for the sale of the house.
How do I protect my money in a divorce?
Protecting Your Money in a DivorceHire an experienced divorce attorney. Ideally, this person will emphasize mediation or collaborative divorce over litigation. Open accounts in your name only. Sort out mortgage and rent payments. Be prepared to share retirement accounts.
Is a husband responsible for his wife’s credit card debt?
In the 41 “common law” states, you are responsible only for debts in your name. If your ex charged that $39,000 on a joint Visa card in both your names, you are equally liable for the debt. Also, if you co-sign on your spouse’s credit card, you are on the hook for whatever bills are run up on that account.