How family law fared in the General Assembly (access required)

Corroborating witnesses no longer needed for divorces, but other family law measures fail

ANNAPOLIS – Divorcing couples would no longer need corroborating testimony that they have lived “separate and part” for an entire year under legislation the General Assembly passed this session and awaiting Gov. Larry Hogan’s expected signature. But couples with minor children remain ineligible for “divorce by mutual consent.” The General Assembly failed to pass a bill ...

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