Family Law

Limited & Absolute divorce

Divorce Attorney's Protecting What is Yours

The word 'divorce' alone can bring anxiety to anyone, having to deal with the legal aspects creates unnecessary stress, that's where we come in. Our attorneys appreciate the courage one has to take legal action with these types of matters.

We understand how difficult it can be, but the confidence our clients have is what motivates us to protect and preserve you, your assets, retirement, children, and future.

These types of cases usually take place in court before a judge, fortunately, our team has adept experience litigating in these situations. We know when negotiations are fair and when it's time to roll up our sleeves and defend your wellbeing.

At Frost Law, you know you're never alone when going through difficult times.

We can support you in two types of divorce matters:

  • Limited Divorce
  • Absolute Divorce

Take charge of your future with Frost Law, we'll take care of the legal aspects and provide emotional support throughout the whole process.

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Talk with one of our family lawyers today. Contact us by calling (410) 862-2834 or request a free consultation.

Limited Divorce

In most states, limited divorce is equal to a legal separation. If you're looking to not end your marriage, but also not remarry then this is the right place for you.

Parties that seek to file for limited divorce must fall into the grounds of:

  • Voluntary separation
  • Desertion
  • Excessively vicious conduct toward the complaining party or the minor child of the complaining party
  • The cruelty of treatment of the complaining party or the minor child of the complaining party;

If you're looking to file a limited divorce, please call (410) 862-2890 or fill our free consultation form to start the process of relief.

Absolute Divorce

If you're looking to permanently end your marriage terminate property claims, and have the possibility to remarry then this is the right place for you.

If you seek to file for absolute divorce, you must have grounds or a basis. This could include:

  • Cruelty
  • Insanity
  • Adultery
  • Desertion
  • One (1) year separation
  • Excessively vicious conduct
  • Conviction of a felony or misdemeanor with incarceration

If you fall into these grounds or are unsure, call (410) 862-2890 or fill out our free consultation form for more help on these matters.

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