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Military Divorce in Virginia

The Commonwealth of Virginia is home to nearly 130,000 active duty military service members, and like the civilian population, when troops suffer marital problems, divorce is sometimes the only option. Legally, divorce among military personnel is similar to a civilian divorce. However, if you are a military service member...

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How Child Support Works in Virginia

Child support is the amount of money one parent pays to the other parent to help with the expenses involved with raising a child, including food, shelter, clothing, etc. Every state has different laws outlining how divorces with children are to be done and how child support is to...

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How Alimony Works in Virginia

When a marriage ends, there are a variety of issues that need to be sorted out, including child custody arrangements, child support payments, and the details of alimony. Alimony is defined as a husband’s or wife’s court-ordered provision for a spouse after a divorce, and it generally involves monetary...

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Why the style of communication in the collaborative process can lower your divorce costs.

Talks in divorce litigation tend to be something like the following: The wife speaks with her attorney.  The wife’s attorney speaks with the husband’s attorney.  The two attorneys speak. The husband’s attorney speaks with the husband.  The husband’s attorney speaks with the wife’s attorney.  Etc., etc. These communications could...

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