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Moving When You Have Primary Custody of Your Children
Moving When You Have Primary Custody of Your Children

Considering Relocating? It is not uncommon for one or both parents to relocate after a divorce. Whether for a new job or a fresh start, there are many reasons why you may find yourself in a situation where you must move to a new area or state. However, if you and your former ...

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  • Moving When You Have Primary Custody of Your Children

    Considering Relocating? It is not uncommon for one or both parents to relocate after a divorce. Whether for a new job or a fresh start, there are many reasons why you may find yourself in a situation ...

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  • Is My Spouse Entitled to Inheritance Money in Our Divorce?

    Divorce brings with it many problems and uncertainties. Disentangling your life from your spouse can be a complicated process. That disentanglement includes countless details that fall into the ...

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  • Grandparents’ Visitation Rights in Virginia

    It is the constitutional right of parents to raise their children. As stated by the Supreme Court in Troxel v. Granville 530 U.S. 57 (2000) , “the custody, care, and nurture of the child reside first ...

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  • What You Should Know About Protective Orders

    Unfortunately, domestic violence is a real issue in this country. According to reported statistics , one in four women and one in nine men in the U.S. have suffered some type of physical violence or ...

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  • Can I Stop Paying Child Support for Any of These Reasons?

    Parents are legally obligated to financially support their children whether they are married or not. When married parents divorce and they have children, the court will issue orders for child custody ...

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  • How Child Support Can Hurt Your Second Marriage

    Depending on where you look for statistics, you’ll read that the rate of divorce among first marriages is between 40 and 50 percent. For second marriages, the risk of divorce is even higher than that, ...

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