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.
Protective orders, sometimes called restraining orders, help protect victims of violence and other forms of abuse. There are 3 different types of protective orders in Virginia.
Prenups allow couples to enter into marriage on their own terms, ensuring an equitable split of assets in the event of a divorce.
A Virginia parenting plan can help divorcing or divorced couple understand their responsibility as parents moving forward.
The Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act means that custody orders created in Virginia will be honored in 48 of the other 49 states.
Child support agreement are helpful tools which allow parents to dictate the terms and amounts of their child support payments.
In this guide we cover the basics of the Virginia divorce process, and break these basics down in a 6-step example of Virginia’s uncontested divorce process.
You should take steps to protect your parental rights by getting to know the ins and outs of Virginia’s child custody laws.
Virginia divorce mediation is an option that may be less expensive, less stressful, and less time-consuming than the traditional courtroom drama.