Divorce Attorney

Top Maryland Divorce Attorney Team

Divorce is one of the most stressful events that anyone can go through. At the Law Offices of Corrie A. Boulay in Columbia and Annapolis, Maryland, our divorce attorney offers knowledgeable legal counsel to our clients that is based on 25 years of combined experience. The circumstances of every client are different. It takes a tailored approach to your situation to attain your goals and fully protect your interests.


The Law Offices of Corrie Boulay will assist you in identifying the appropriate ground(s) for filing a contested Absolute or Limited Divorce, including whether you are able to file a divorce complaint without a twelve-month separation period. Your rights to custody, visitation, child support, and marital property will be protected every step of the way.


For parties who are able to communicate effectively an uncontested proceeding is often an easier, lower-conflict approach to divorce. The Law Offices of Corrie A. Boulay expertly guide you through the negotiation and preparation of comprehensive Marital Settlement Agreements, addressing child custody, child support, alimony, and distribution of marital property as appropriate. When no minor children are involved parties may be eligible to move forward with an uncontested divorce without a twelve month separation period.

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We offer a free initial consultation to discuss your family law issue. To talk with a family lawyer at our firm by phone or at our offices, call 410-964-9622 for our Columbia office or 410-268-2488 for our Annapolis, Maryland office, or fill out our contact form.

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