Family dynamics are changing faster than laws can be amended. This article lists 9 trends that we’ve noticed over the past few years of practicing in Virginia.
Legally separating from your spouse in order to obtain a divorce is an uncomfortable situation, but it’s often necessary for a happy future.
Virginia spousal support, also known as Alimony, means that one spouse may be required to pay the other as a result of divorce.
Divorce is a common legal matter, and a more common social one. What follows are a number of interesting facts about divorce you may not have known.
Moving out of Virginia to another state may impact your child custody agreement. Consider the questions explained in this article before you move.
By avoiding condonation in Virginia, you can increase your chances of gaining a fair division of property, and prevent your spouse from obtaining alimony.
The consequences of divorce can impact your financial position. Equitable Distribution makes the division of property fair for both parties in a divorce.
Couples who are unable to agree on issues such as child custody, alimony, or property division may need to go through the contested divorce process.
Determining if your marriage is void or voidable under Virginia law can help you decide what steps to take in planning your family’s future.
Divorce can be difficult and adversarial. Alternative dispute resolution is one possible way to have more control over this difficult time in your life.
An appeal is the legal process where a higher court reviews the decision of a lower court. Before you appeal a Virginia custody order, it’s important to understand the appellate process.
Getting a fast Virginia divorce depends on a number of factors, including the grounds for divorce, where you and your spouse live, and whether you and your spouse have signed agreements about your post-marriage life.