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Maryland Code, Family Law § 11-105

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If an annulment or a limited or absolute divorce has been granted by a court in another jurisdiction, a court in this State may award alimony to either party if:

(1) the court in the other jurisdiction lacked or did not exercise personal jurisdiction over the party seeking alimony;  and

(2) the party seeking alimony was domiciled in this State at least 1 year before the annulment or divorce was granted.

Cite this article: - Maryland Code, Family Law § 11-105 - last updated December 31, 2021 |

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