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January 17, 2023 Davis Law Group

Davis Law Group attorneys, Stephen Haynes and SuAnne Bryant were both named "Top Lawyers" for 2023 by CoVa Biz Magazine. Stephen Haynes was named as a Top Lawyer in the Civil Law Transactional

December 1, 2022 Davis Law Group

If you decide that dissolution of the marriage is the only answer to your marital differences and that help to restore the marriage is no longer what you want or need, you may

October 27, 2022 Davis Law Group

Children need a sense of continuity. It can be mentally and emotionally disturbing to them to cope with too many changes at once. During a legal separation and after your divorce decree, it's

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

January 15, 2021 Davis Law Group

Mr. Doug Davis and Mrs. SuAnne Hardee Bryant have both received the honor of "Top Lawyer" for 2021 from Coastal Virginia Magazine. Mr. Davis was chosen as a Top Lawyer for Wills, Trusts

December 17, 2020 Davis Law Group

As of December 17, 2020, Davis Law Group attorney SuAnne Hardee Bryant has been admitted to the North Carolina State Bar. This means DLG is now serving clients in Northeast North Carolina and

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

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