On August 10, the Court of Appeals issued a new family law opinion, McGeehan v. McGeehan. The headnote for which is:
“Under Section 8-201(e)(3)(iii) of the Family Law Article of the Maryland Code, which permits a valid agreement to exclude property acquired during the marriage from marital property, a valid postnuptial agreement does not require language that reclassifies property as nonmarital in order to exclude that property from marital property in divorce.”
A must read for family law attorneys. The opinion can be found here.