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Our blog offers a wide range of information for those considering divorce or who are already involved in the divorce legal process. These helpful posts cover a wide range of topics relevant to you, including legal terms, child custody, determining support, dividing assets, grandparents’ rights, and more. Learn about what to expect and how to effectively protect your future.

Divorcing a Spouse who has Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Disclaimer: I have no psychological training or experience. This article is based solely on my experience as a family law attorney. Fact Pattern: Jennifer who was 32 years of age, just went through a nasty divorce and is now a single mom with two young children. Although she has not worked for the past ten

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Custody and the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (UCCJEA)

The UCCJEA answers the following questions: Where can I file for custody and where can I enforce a custody order? This blog provides information on where to file for custody. Generally jurisdiction lies within the home state or the state with significant connection to the child.  A state may also have jurisdiction to enter temporary

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Finding the Right Attorney

The range of attorneys and the legal services they provide are as varied as the people in our community. Finding the right attorney for you and your case are important for a favorable outcome. Below are a few examples: Abby and Zev have been married for two years, have no children, and rent an apartment.

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What are nonmonetary contributions?

Virginia Code §10-107.3(E) mandates the Court to consider both monetary and nonmonetary contributions when dividing the parties marital assets and debts. The following is a list of some of the nonmonetary contributions you may have made during the marriage: Household Children Spouse Grocery shopping Getting up in the middle of the night Entertain colleagues Cooking

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Your Relationship With Your Family Law Attorney

For many people, their first experience with the Court and working with an attorney is when they go through a divorce. The following is some of the mistakes people make that negatively impact their relationship with their attorney. Most family law attorneys have had a client similar to Jenny: Jenny has been married to John

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