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What Happens to Retirement Funds and 401(k) Plans in a Divorce?

Posted on: April 25, 2017

Of all of the difficulties and stresses that a divorce may bring, the challenges of dealing with what will happen to the financial side of things may be the most…

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Who Receives Custody of Children in a Divorce?

Posted on: April 20, 2017

Even in a peaceful or mediated divorce, the process is a stressful and draining one. And particularly so when children are involved. The issues of custody, in particular, tends to…

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Litigation vs. Mediation

When a divorce is first pursued, there are two avenues that may be sought. Both may find a resolution, of course, but they are both quite different in proceeding and…

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What Constitutes as Proof of Cruelty in Virginia Law?

Posted on: February 3, 2017

All divorce situations, even those that are mediated, are certainly a quite serious matter. But when it comes to navigating this trying situation, none are more difficult and taxing than…

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What Are the Benefits of Divorce Mediation?

Posted on: January 16, 2017

Divorce mediation is a form of alternative dispute resolution in which divorcing couples sit down with each other in a spirit of cooperation. A professional will assist them with resolving…

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How to Deal with Divorce During the Holidays

Holidays are a time of joy and sharing all of life’s little delights with those you care for the most. That’s perhaps why dealing with a divorce can put a…

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Reasons for Creating a Prenuptial Agreement

In 1985, the Virginia Premarital Agreement Act became law, allowing couples in the state to enter into prenuptial agreements. There’s a common misconception that prenups are reserved for the rich…

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What Does a Collaborative Divorce Resolve?

Posted on: November 8, 2016

A divorce is something no couple wants to go through, even if the desire to separate is there, but it’s a legal requirement if you want to move on with…

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Contested vs. Uncontested Divorce

Posted on: October 20, 2016

Individuals going through a divorce may have a contested divorce or uncontested divorce. The pivotal difference between these two types of divorces is whether the spouses agree on the key…

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You’re Separating. Now What?

Choosing to separate is never an easy decision. Whether the move was yours or your spouse's, you’re both likely to experience a wave of emotions. Even if discussed or expected,…

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