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Divorce During COVID-19

Divorce During COVID For couples that were facing separation and divorce before the stay-at-home order, Executive Order 55 added complication ...
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COVID-19 and Your Estate Plan

As COVID-19 continues to spread throughout the United States, more Americans are facing new realities. Dealing with school closures, quarantines, ...
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Custody Exchanges During COVID-19

In Executive Order 55, Governor Northam issued a stay-at-home order for all non-essential purposes and limited social gatherings to less ...
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Is Mediation Right for My Case?

Is Mediation Right for My Case?  The divorce process can be unfamiliar, stressful, and painful during an already difficult time ...
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What is a Transfer on Death Deed?

Estate planning comes in all shapes and sizes. It includes updating beneficiary designations on financial accounts and insurance policies, adding ...
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Am I Eligible for an Annulment?

Annulments are available in very limited situations in Virginia. Marriage is a contract between two people, and it comes with ...
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Now That I Have Custody, Can I Move?

Once the dust has settled after a custody trial or divorce, one of the first questions I am frequently asked ...
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The Top 5 Myths of Estate Planning

1. I’m young, so I don’t need a Will.   Even if you don’t have a large estate, you may disagree ...
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Do I need a Separation Agreement in Virginia?

Virginia only has one requirement to initiate a legal separation: start sleeping separately from your spouse. Time spent living under ...
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