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Divorce: Court rules embryo contract is enforceable

At the time a couple says their vows, they likely have a great deal of plans for the future. For many, this includes children. While many couples plan for children in the future, the path to parenthood may look different from couple to couple. For example, for those who may want to delay parenthood, many choose to freeze embryos. While this option has been beneficial for many in Virginia, the question of what happens to the embryos following a divorce has been one that many courts across the country have been asked to address.

Is a home purchased before marriage considered marital property?

Many couples in Virginia purchase their family home after they say their vows. As such, the home is likely to be considered marital property subject to division should the marriage end in divorce. However, some homeowners are interested in knowing how a home that was purchased before the marriage will be treated during the property division process.

What is financial infidelity and how can it end a marriage?

Some people say they feel like two peas in a pod with their spouses, and others say their relationships are definitely more of the "opposites attract" type. Either way, married life is a journey, and couples are bound to encounter challenges along the way. Among the more serious types of problems, financial infidelity is an issue that often prompts a spouse to end a marriage.

It can be mentally and emotionally difficult to end a marriage

Any type of major change in a person's life can be mentally exhausting. Even if the event is a beneficial one, it can still be difficult for Virginia residents to work through. Unfortunately, when the change involves an event like deciding to end a marriage, it can be even more emotionally trying.

Have you heard these myths about the divorce process ?

Heading for divorce can be an uncertain period of life. Divorcing couples have to deal with any number of decisions, including things like alimony, child custody and property division. While many people in Virginia believe that they understand the basics of the divorce process, some myths can complicate things for everyone.

Prenuptial agreement questioned in Kevin Garnett divorce

When couples in Virginia and across the country choose to marry, they often take steps to plan for the future. For many, this includes the creation of a prenuptial agreement, which allows them to have an open line of communication regarding their financial situation and what will happen in the event of a divorce. However, there are certain issues that could leave a prenup vulnerable to a successful challenge in the event the marriage ends in a divorce.

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 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.

Retirement asset division during the Virginia divorce process

People in Virginia and across the country are encouraged to begin planning for their retirement as early as they can. They often spend decades of their lives carefully planning their finances for when they no longer work. As a result, retirement funds are often significant, and their division during the divorce process can have a significant impact on both parties.

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