Category: Divorce

Can You Sue Someone For Destroying Your Marriage?

Can You Sue Someone For Destroying Your Marriage?

A happy marriage can turn sour quickly when a third-party gets involved. If someone else plays a major role in the disruption of your marriage, such as by having an affair with your spouse, the natural urge could be to seek redress for the damage they have inflicted. However, most […]

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Dealing with Divorce

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“Mike, we need to talk,” Kate said as soon as Mike walked in the door. “What now, Kate?” He replied in a resigned voice. “Look, I don’t want to fight.  This isn’t about us; it’s about Charlie,” Kate explained. Looking wary, Mike cautiously asked, “What about Charlie?” “Mike, she’s barely […]

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What Is The Difference Between Legal Separation and Divorce

Virginia Divorce Lawyer

If you’re at the point in your marriage that you’re considering taking some time off from your spouse in a separation, you may be wondering “What is the difference between legal separation and divorce?”

First, a caveat: this article should in no way be considered legal advice. You will need to speak to a divorce/family lawyer in person in order to receive accurate, up-to-date information and help regarding divorce laws for Virginia residents.

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How Do You Get A Legal Separation in Virginia?

Virginia Divorce Lawyer

Are you thinking of separating from your spouse? Are you wondering, “How do you get a legal separation?”

Read below for more information on how to get a legal separation in Virginia. 

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Questions About Divorce and Child Custody

Questions About Divorce and Child Custody

You can call or email our office to set up an appointment to speak with a lawyer regarding your Family Law matter. With a one-hour consultation, you’ll have the opportunity to personally discuss your concerns face to face with an attorney. During this time, the attorney will walk you through the process, addressing any questions and special circumstances, which your case dictates.

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