Family Law and Divorce Attorneys in Virginia

Blog Posts in 2017

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  • Protecting Your Personal Property in a Divorce
    Protecting Your Personal Property in a Divorce

    For spouses going through a divorce, the division of property can be one of the most contentious issues endured throughout the process. It is not just about the material items or the money, but the ...

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  • Should I Sell the House Before or After My Divorce?
    Should I Sell the House Before or After My Divorce?

    You’re facing a divorce and you’ve got a lot on your mind. While you’re thinking about child custody and spousal support, there are other important questions you should also ask yourself: Who’s going ...

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  • Third-Party Custody and Visitation Rights: Navigating the Minefield of Legal Standards
    Third-Party Custody and Visitation Rights: Navigating the Minefield of Legal Standards

    I have experienced an increasing number of clients involved in third-party custody and visitation disputes pitting parents against non-parents. These third party “non-parents” are often grandparents, ...

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  • Questions to Consider before Hiring a Child Custody Attorney
    Questions to Consider before Hiring a Child Custody Attorney

    When it comes to your children, there is no greater priority in life and you always want to be sure you are making the right decisions for them. If you are currently involved in a custody battle, you ...

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  • How Does Relocation Affect Child Custody?
    How Does Relocation Affect Child Custody?

    For divorced couples with children, relocations are among some of the most challenging situations they might face. Unfortunately, for economic or personal reasons, moving is sometimes a necessity and ...

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  • Top 8 Child Custody Questions
    Top 8 Child Custody Questions

    Child custody can be a challenging decision for any couple. Often, these decisions can be a point of contention for many parents, and there are many factors to consider when you and your child’s other ...

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