Maryland Senate Passes Bill for Mutual Consent Divorce for Parents with Families

by Admin on February 7, 2018

The bill will allow married couples with children to be granted a mutual consent divorce. The bill is currently headed to the House for approval. If approved, married couples with children will no longer have to separate for a year before making their divorce official, if they have finalized their separation agreement.

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The current law requires couples with children to separate for one year however, since 2015, couples without children may be granted a mutual consent divorce. The Maryland Senate had passed the bill 33-14.

Opposition, warn that the Bill would make it too easy to get a divorce, which is wrong. Baltimore County Democrat, Zirkin, argues that the legislation is needed as the current divorce law in expensive and a complicated process.

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