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June 2019 Archives

Divorce: Arbitrator rules lottery winnings are marital property

The end of a marriage can be a difficult time for both parties. Two people who thought they were going to spend their life together ultimately arrive at the decision that it is no longer in their best interests to remain as a couple. While coping with these emotions, couples in Virginia and across the country are also left dividing their assets as part of the divorce process.

Virginia man with multiple DUIs pleads guilty following crash

When involved in a relatively minor accident, it may be difficult for a driver to know exactly what to do, especially if no other vehicles are involved. Unfortunately, something as simple as running off the road could make a person react unexpectedly as he or she attempts to move the vehicle back to the roadway. A man in Virginia with multiple DUIs in his past now faces several criminal charges following a car accident.

Supreme Court may decide constitutionality of child custody law

Courts in Virginia and across the country are often given the difficult task of determining what is in the best interest of a child. Often, different sides have different beliefs regarding what is in the actual best interest; sometimes those beliefs may even contradict what is required by state or federal law. Because of this, a federal law regarding child custody of certain children is now being tested.

Virginia prenuptial agreement: Ensuring enforceability

When a couple decides to get married in Virginia, there are likely a million different thoughts and questions running through each person's mind. While it is certainly important to think about where they will live and whether they will have children in the future, it is equally important to consider what will happen in the event of a divorce. In some cases, the couple may choose the plan for this potential outcome by creating a prenuptial agreement.

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