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January 2018 Archives

Financial accounting a part of divorce process

State and federal laws determine how funds should be split when a couple decides to call it quits. Part of the divorce process for many in Virginia is a thorough review of assets, liabilities and debts, and then a negotiation to determine how they will be equitably shared. Any effort spent to determine the most accurate picture of the financial situation may prevent misunderstandings and confusion as the marital dissolution progresses. 

Virginia man facing drunk driving charges after crash

An evening accident involving an SUV and another vehicle has resulted in criminal charges for one man. One of many such incidents occurring on Virginia roadways, the man will join the ranks of people who have defended themselves against claims of criminal activity. Facing drunk driving charges after the crash, it is likely this individual is pondering how to create a strong defense. 

End a marriage more easily by avoiding mistakes

A divorce can be a trying time, and there is pressure to make the right choices in order to get through the process unscathed. Heightened emotions can make it more difficult to end a marriage, but luckily, there is help available. For Virginia residents, people with acquired knowledge of the divorce process offer some tips to help them avoid the pitfalls. 

3 ways to help a teen through divorce

When you're going through a divorce, one of the things you might worry about is how your teenage child will react. The truth is that every teen is different, and every divorce has factors that influence them. For some teenagers, the divorce might come as a relief. For others, it may feel like their world is coming to an end.

Many Virginia parents want to share custody of a child

New trends in parenting are leading some state bills regarding time with the children after a divorce. Many parents, fathers and mothers, want to share custody of a child in order to cement healthy relationships with both parents. A bill recently introduced in Virginia claims to be taking baby steps toward shared custody as a default, but some say that the common interpretation of "best interests of the child" part of custody law already helps parents achieve shared custody when appropriate. 

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