Bitter divorce battles can last some couples upwards of a year, but for one Maryland woman–the plight to formally end her marriage took more than a decade.
There are reports that the wife of Terrell Suggs has filed for divorce, accusing the Ravens outside linebacker of adultery.
A former Baltimore Ravens cheerleader who has been charged with raping one teenage boy and providing others with alcohol was officially divorced from her estranged husband, a prominent Maryland energy executive, on the same day as her indictment.
Controversial decision. Maryland’s highest court unanimously rules to allow same-sex couples to divorce in the state.
The struggle by same-sex couples to tie the knot is proving just as difficult to untie for one lesbian couple.
A same-sex couple is fighting for a divorce in Maryland. But a judge says they’re not even married here. Now, they’re headed to the state’s highest court.
The D.C. Council has given final approval to a bill that would make it easier for gay and lesbian couples who marry in the nation’s capital to get divorced.
The D.C. Council is considering legislation that would make it easier for gay and lesbian couples who marry in the nation’s capital to get divorced.
For women in the military, there’s a cold, hard reality: Their marriages are more than twice as likely to end in divorce as those of their male comrades — and up to three times as likely for enlisted women.