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Can I Contest a Will in Virginia?

In the Commonwealth of Virginia, only interested parties can contest a will.  An interested party is an individual that has ...
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Prenuptial Agreements…Should I Sign on the Dotted Line?

Though the term prenuptial agreement or “prenup” screams celebrities and the ultra-wealthy, that really isn’t the case anymore.  As couples ...
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Virginia Child Custody and Visitation FAQs

After a divorce or the dissolution of a relationship, there are decisions to make regarding custody and visitation of minor ...
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Military Divorce in Virginia: What You Need To Know

Active duty military service members, as well as their families, make large sacrifices in service to their country. The long ...
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Estate Planning…What Do Wills NOT Do

As discussed in previous blogs, it’s important to have a will and estate plan in place.  But though there are ...
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What Does “Best Interest of the Child” Mean?

Virginia courts use the best interests of the child standard to determine custody and visitation of minor children. This means ...
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When is an Irrevocable Trust the Right Option?

As the name implies, an irrevocable trust is a trust that cannot be revoked, modified, amended, or terminated by its ...
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Child Custody and Visitation in Virginia

When spouses divorce, the issue of “who gets the kids” is often the most difficult and stressful for both parents ...
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Parental Alienation and Their Devastating Effects

Parental alienation is a form of manipulation in which one parent attempts to harm or destroy a child’s relationship with ...
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