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Young lovers who kiss those unselfconscious kisses in public places often provoke either an amused eye, or a moralistic one. But, lovers’ contentment with each other shields them against concerns about how others may judge them. Excluding the world is one of those things people in love tend to do.
Is love funny? It may be something most of us want to have in our life, but its doubtful many of us would call it a source of humor. The best relationships take hard work. Far too many are full of frustration and misunderstandings.
When two people fall in love, they share a dream. It is the hope that those tender feelings, the fondness and passionate attraction they both have for one another will last and grow. Unfortunately, far too often, after the honeymoon period, things change.
Maryland Family Law recognizes eight different grounds for divorce. Adultery, voluntary separation (for at least 12 months), imprisonment (with a sentence of at least three years and at least 12 months already served), and living separate and apart (for at least two years), are among some of the reasons. For the court to grant a divorce based upon any of these grounds, they must be proved in court through evidence and testimony.
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