Figuring out whether or not you can file for a fault-based divorce is tough. For this reason, there are several strategies you should keep in mind.
We treat our animals like part of the family. However, the law considers pets to be personal property.
In this episode of Law Talk, Jacob and Jonathan discuss several important aspects of family law in Virginia, ranging from divorce to custody and ethics.
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.
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.
Divorce can be difficult and adversarial. Alternative dispute resolution is one possible way to have more control over this difficult time in your life.
The divorce process in Virginia can be complicated. The information below should help you get started as you plan to file for divorce in Virginia.
Virginia divorce mediation is an option that may be less expensive, less stressful, and less time-consuming than the traditional courtroom drama.
Divorce laws have been developed over many years as part of an ongoing effort to ensure fairness in what is inherently a stressful and trying situation.
A Property Settlement Agreement (PSA) can save you time and money by helping you make important decisions outside of the courtroom.