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September 2020 Archives

Lack of cooperation can cause people to get divorced

The process of getting divorced is never simple from an emotional standpoint. This is the common thread among marital dissolutions in Virginia and elsewhere. However, the reasons why people get divorced can vary greatly from one couple to the next. A key divorce catalyst is an unwillingness of both parties to work in tandem with each other.

Advice may make dealing with divorce process easier

One of the most stressful aspects of dissolving a marriage is dealing with its emotional impacts. The emotional toll of the divorce process can be heavy even in the most seemingly amicable of situations. Fortunately, some advice might make navigating the process of going through divorce much easier in Virginia.  

Grandparents may petition for legal custody

Becoming a grandparent is an exciting moment. Many children develop special relationships with their grandparents, and enjoy spending time and keeping in touch with them. For some children, a visit to a grandparent's home feels like a special treat. Sometimes, a grandparent may become concerned that a Virginia child is not being properly cared for by his or her parents, and he or she may want to petition for legal custody in a court of law. 

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