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September 2014 Archives

Timing rules for Virginia divorces

There are many different details that can have significant effects when it comes to divorce. One is time. There are multiple time-related things that can have impacts on a couple's ability to get a divorce in Virginia.

Military pensions in a divorce

When a military family goes through a divorce, one of the things the divorcing parties are likely very concerned about is what will happen in the property division in the divorce. Property division concerns are common in any type of divorce, but as is often the case when it comes to legal matters involving members of the military, military divorces can raise some special considerations. Specifically, the types of assets that can be the big focuses of a property division can be different for military families.

What different forms can joint custody take?

Most people know that one of the types of child custody arrangements that are sometimes reached by divorced parents here in Virginia are joint custody arrangements. But, did you know that there are multiple forms of joint custody? Today, we will go over the different forms.

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