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Dealing with a Divorce: Who Receives Custody of the Children?

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, but the courts have a specific way of dealing with both custody and child support.

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What Are the Grounds for Divorce in Virginia?

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 can raise complicated legal problems, especially when children are involved. But before the complicated details can begin, there has to be ground for...
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Untangling Custody During the Holidays: How the Collaborative Process Can Help

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Collaborative Divorce is a process where both parties commit to negotiating a mutually acceptable resolution without having to go to court.

This requires open communication and information sharing and should create a solution that acknowledges the highest priorities of all. That means that if...
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Small Law Firms Make a Big Difference

When it comes to law firms, bigger is not always better.

The definition of a “small” law firm can change depending on the location and type of practice, but according to the American Bar Association, nearly 70% of all private sector attorneys work at firms with fewer than 20 lawyers. People may initially shy...
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