More and more couples who have been married for years are breaking up. Whether it has to do with having an empty nest or simply moving in opposite directions, gray divorce -- or the divorce process of those who aged 50 or more -- is becoming more the norm. Virginia couples who find themselves on this side of the fence may want to rethink their retirement plans since moving forward as singles may play a large part in the financial picture.
Anyone who has driven knows of the potential of being involved in a motor vehicle crash. Many drivers who are on the road during the early morning hours are often at risk of falling victim to fatigue. Unfortunately, police can often confuse symptoms of fatigue and the aftereffects of an accident with signs of intoxication. In fact, a man in Roanoke was recently arrested for drunk driving.
The structure and definition of a traditional family in Virginia and across the country has changed over the last century. Most people thought of a family as being composed of a a married couple of opposite genders and their children. However, today there is a chance that two parents will not be married, often leaving couples wondering how to determine paternity.
When people have been accused of theft in Virginia, it is important that they understand the broad terms of this crime and the fact that it can potentially be very serious. The factor that makes theft a crime is the act of "unauthorized" taking. This basically means that you are engaging in theft from a legal standpoint if you take the property of another without his or her permission.
The impending birth of a child is likely a time of excitement and anticipation for both mothers and fathers in Virginia and around the world. However, one man likely saw his worst fears realized when his wife died giving birth to their daughter while he lived in another country. Unfortunately, he is now left in a position where he may need to prove that living with him is in the best interests of a child.