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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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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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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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Study Connects Mass Shooting And Domestic Violence

A recent study found that there has been one mass shooting per month in the United States since 2009, and domestic violence was a common factor in many of the cases. The study was commissioned by the advocacy group Mayors Against Illegal Guns. Among some of the more interesting findings: Mass shootings account for less Read More

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IRS Releases New Guidelines In Light Of Windsor

The IRS recently expanded the definition of terms such as “spouse” and “married” to conform with United States v. Windsor. In the summer of 2013, the United States Supreme Court struck down some key provisions of the Defense of Marriage Act, clearing the way for the recognition of same-sex marriages in the several states. The Read More

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When Does The Court Enter Orders In A Divorce?

Many clients have questions about the division of military retirement benefits in a divorce. There is a special procedure that Williamsburg family law attorneys must follow in such a process. A fair property division includes both current assets and future assets. One example is home equity: if the marital residence is awarded to one party, Read More

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When Does The Court Enter Orders In A Divorce?

Many clients have questions about the division of military retirement benefits in a divorce. There is a special procedure that Williamsburg family law attorneys must follow in such a process. A fair property division includes both current assets and future assets. One example is home equity: if the marital residence is awarded to one party, Read More

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When Does The Court Enter Orders In A Divorce?

As soon as your divorce is filed, a Newport family law attorney begins working for you. Some people are completely blindsided by a divorce, especially if there is some sort of family trauma such as marital infidelity or domestic violence. Other couples may see the signs that point to divorce, but be in denial about Read More

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