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What Not to do During Divorce

Divorces are rarely fun, but often necessary. In some divorces, the emotions are running high and the process can take as long as a year or more depending on the complexities involved in each case. There are a few mistakes that clients tend to make while their divorces are pending. If your divorce is pending,

Should I Get A Divorce?

Deciding if You Should Get A Divorce It’s one of the huge moments in life — that moment when, however briefly, the thought of divorce passes through your mind and you realize what a significant decision point it is for you and your family. Ultimately, no one can make this choice about your marriage except

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Types of Divorce in Virginia

People use a lot of different terms when they discuss divorce in Virginia. You may hear people refer to “No-Fault” or “Uncontested”. You may have noticed that some people use those terms interchangeably, but they’re wrong to do so. Those terms mean completely different things and all have different requirements and purposes. Let’s look at

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Divorce After the Cheating Spouse

My Spouse Cheated, and I Want A Divorce Recent news of a hack at web site ashleymadison.com revealed thousands of names and email addresses for married people who were seeking to have an affair, or who were actively cheating on their spouses. Shocked spouses nationwide checked the lists only to discover their partner had been

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Military Divorce Attorney

A divorce when either spouse, or both spouses, are in the military has some special circumstances for you and your lawyer to discuss. Active duty service can complicate divorce issues, including causing difficulty locating your spouse, and additional delays in the court proceedings. Divorce and the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act

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Reframing Your Divorce to Take Control

Independent Family Law Representation Too many people wait too long to call our office. Many quietly suffer through their divorce or custody disputes, allowing the other party to have all the power in their favor. Your ex may have hired an attorney, and he and his attorney would probably prefer that you just sign what