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Can You Date During A Divorce?

Can You Date During A Divorce? The question often arises, “Can I date while going through a divorce, or while separated?” There are no laws prohibiting you from dating while going through divorce. So, the question of “can I legally date while divorcing” is an answer of yes. A better question to ask is “Should Read More

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Wrong Way Car Accidents

Wrong Way Auto Accidents Unpacked Ever pull into a feeder lane and wonder if you are driving the right direction? Have you seen drivers decide to pull into an exit ramp in what seems like the last second? Driving the wrong way is a significant cause for automotive accidents. When one vehicle is driving the Read More

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What To Expect At Your Closing When Buying A Home In Hampton Roads

What To Expect At Your Closing When Buying A Home In Hampton Roads Whether you are closing on your first home, a second home, or conducting a refinance of your existing home, the process can come with much stress and anxiety. One way to alleviate that sense of being overwhelmed during a home closing is Read More

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Five Mistakes To Avoid In Divorce

Going through a divorce can be devastating. When a marriage is ending stress levels and emotions run high. It is easy to make unwise decisions while in that emotional state. Having an experienced divorce lawyer on your side through the process is critical. Following are five common mistakes to avoid during the divorce process. 1. Read More

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Tom Hunter Proves Portsmouth Police Officer Not Guilty Of Drunk Driving

In a legal case covered by WAVY-TV 10, Tom Hunter proved that a conviction of drunk driving can not solely be determined by blood alcohol content (BAC) levels. In this case against Portsmouth Police Officer Eric Rodgers, the odds didn’t look good. While off duty, Rodgers was arrested after an automobile crash in Portsmouth. Rodger’s Read More

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Five Differences Between Truck And Car Accidents

Accidents involving passenger vehicles are substantially different than those involving large commercial trucks and passenger vehicles. Accidents involving semi-trucks and other large commercial vehicles typically are extremely severe and often fatal for the occupants of smaller vehicles. The size and weight of semi-trucks make accidents involving them extremely hazardous. The average semi-truck is up to Read More

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Understanding Annulments and Divorce in Virginia

When a relationship is ending it can be distressing.  When a marriage is ending, it can be devastating. Because a marriage is a legally binding document, validated by a license issued by the Clerk of the Circuit Court, dissolving your marriage requires legal action.  While ending your marriage requires legal action, there are a couple Read More

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The Impact Of Social Media During A Divorce

You may have heard the saying, “Never put into writing anything you wouldn’t want printed on the front page of the paper.”  In this day and age of technology, anything you do or think and document on social media should hold that same rule.  And when you are in the midst of a divorce, pictures Read More

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What Is A Power Of Attorney And When To Consider One For Yourself Or A Loved One

A power of attorney is a written legal document that provides authority for one person to act on behalf of another.  General powers of attorney grant broad decision-making powers for the person authorized to act (the agent) on behalf of the person granting the authority (the principal).  Because powers of attorney can be broad, you Read More

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Understanding Child Custody Laws in Virginia

When parents enter into divorce, there are many concerns over which parent will retain custody of the children.  While no two situations are alike, the following information provides a general guideline to educate you on child custody laws in Virginia. COURT’S INVOLVEMENT:  Virginia’s Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court hears cases deciding child custody, visitation, Read More

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