Annapolis Divorce Mediation, Advocacy, and Coaching

Anne Arundel County, Maryland
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TruNorth Mediation

TruNorth Divorce – Annapolis, MD

Address: 1910 Towne Centre Blvd #250

Annapolis, MD 21401

Phone: 484.321.6990

TruNorth Divorce Solutions provides divorce mediation, advocacy, and coaching services in Annapolis. The Anne Arundel County office has CDFA’s who are divorce financial experts and coaches. You’ll be assured of an optimal settlement that takes into consideration accurate valuations on properties, businesses owned, pensions, retirement accounts, and stock options. We look at taxes, asset growth, risk, and both short and long-term implications on both spouses’ financial health. TruNorth Divorce provides forensics when necessary and separate property tracing when applicable. Add to that that our divorce mediators and advocates are also certified as divorce coaches and you get the guidance you need to deal with emotional, practical, and financial considerations. 100% legally compliant and here for you. Annapolis divorce mediation at its best with TruNorth Divorce.

Learn more about the steps you need to take before getting divorced in Maryland. And have a look at our Free e-Book for even more information. 


Why You Need a Divorce Mediator in Maryland

Why You Need a Divorce Mediator in Maryland

Most of us feel overwhelmed and rather clueless about which direction to take once we conclude we’re going to get a divorce. Traditionally, the first move had been to call a lawyer but you should pause, take a breath, and then reach out to the right professional to...

How to Get a Divorce in Maryland

How to Get a Divorce in Maryland

Most "How to Get Divorced” articles take a rather narrow view, i.e., the legal process. Obviously, these articles are typically written by lawyers. 😉  How to get divorced can be a multi-faceted, complicated, entangled, frustrating, non-linear, jumble of a messy...

How is Child Support Determined in Maryland?

How is Child Support Determined in Maryland?

Child support in Maryland (and 36 other states) is centered on the Income Shares Model. This is based on the concept that children should receive the same proportion of parental income that they would have received if the parents lived together. That amount is related...

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