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April 21, 2022 SuAnne Bryant

Most people know that a divorce order cannot and does not end your responsibility as a parent. Being a parent is forever, and both parents should make every attempt to play a vital

February 25, 2021 SuAnne Bryant

The laws governing support and custody both during and after a divorce are not cut and dry, and much depends on the approach of the representation each party engages. While every situation is

September 10, 2020 SuAnne Bryant

The process of divorce is complicated, emotional and often combative, but no more so than when children are involved. Both parents may believe they are the best fit for their child’s primary caretaker,

August 6, 2020 SuAnne Bryant

Virginia statutes provide for the "equitable" distribution of the marital property and marital debt between the parties at the conclusion of the divorce. "Marital property" consists of all jointly-titled property as well as

July 16, 2020 SuAnne Bryant

Given the percentage of marriages that end in divorce, nearly anyone could be affected in some way by a separation or divorce. Dissolving a marriage often involves property rights and financial matters, and

June 17, 2020 SuAnne Bryant

Virginia has historically been known as a business-friendly state, with relatively few laws enacted specifically for the protection of employees. That reputation will certainly change as the seismic shift in the political landscape

April 1, 2020 SuAnne Bryant

What SBA Economic Disaster Assistance is Available in Response to COVID-19 Part II: SBA Express Bridge Pilot Program Overview Pursuant to its authority under the Small Business Act, the U.S. Small Business Administration

March 24, 2020 SuAnne Bryant

The passage of the Coronavirus relief law, known as the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, becomes effective April 2, 2020, and terminates on December 31, 2020. Here are the key points: Emergency Family

August 14, 2019 SuAnne Bryant

The Federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) was enacted to provide guidelines to the healthcare industry for protecting patient information and privacy. For minors, this is a non-issue because

July 23, 2019 SuAnne Bryant

For employers, immigration isn’t just a controversial news topic. The laws and policies surrounding this issue have a real impact on their business. All employers, including small businesses, are required to complete and