When most people think of the end of a marriage, they often think of a contentious battle that plays out in front of a court. Fortunately, many couples in Virginia who have decided to move on with the next stage of their lives have found that they are able to come to an amicable end of their romantic relationship. However, even those going through an uncontested, friendly divorce find that having a legal professional on their side can protect them from the time of legal separation and beyond.
The holiday season is here. As families throughout Virginia are planning their festivities, some are planning for afterwards as well. History suggests that the months following the holiday season are some of busiest for those who have decided to file for divorce. Many will hold off filing during the holiday season and look forward to filing soon afterwards. While looking at recipes and menus, some are also looking at assets and the best way to divide them.
Parents in Virginia and across the country are often willing to go to great lengths to protect their children. While some may even be willing to stay in an unhappy marriage, for many it becomes obvious that staying in a dysfunctional relationship is not in the best interest of anyone involved. Fortunately, there are ways to reduce the stress that children feel as the family navigates through the divorce process.
There are a variety of different circumstances that drivers face while driving. In fact, some of these may prompt police officers to suspect criminal behavior even though they were perfectly innocuous. For example, a driver may choose to temporarily slow or come to a stop when driving during the early morning hours while there is little to no traffic. Unfortunately, a man in Virginia was recently arrested for drunk driving after a deputy reportedly observed him engaging in such behavior.
As you stand in court, facing accusations of criminal activity, you should know that the ramifications of this case can stretch on far past the immediate impact. This is something that may change your life. It may define who you are and who you can become forever.
A divorce is hard for a number of reasons, and depending on your situation, you may wish you could give up everything and walk away. The reality is that you should not do that, because it impacts your finances in the future. Whether you're guilty, frustrated, angry or sad, it's best to stay focused on your financial future moving forward.
People in Virginia and across the country often have complicated lives. In some cases, certain complications could potentially interfere with their ability to have the role in their child's life that they want. However, even if a court determines that it is not in the best interest of a child for one of their parents to have child custody, that decision can be revised if circumstances should change.