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  • Domestic Violence and its impact on child custody

  • What is virtual visitation?

  • What is the Uniformed Services Former Spouses' Protection Act?

  • Divorced military parents planning for deployment or relocation

  • What factors courts consider when determining child support

  • Child support can includes uninsured medical expenses

  • Understanding the 20/20/20 Rule in a military divorce

  • Women's rights protected against rapists

  • Signing a prenup may lead to fewer issues down the road

  • Property division in Richard Gere's divorce getting ugly

  • What challenges will I face when I file for divorce?

  • What types of adoption are available in Virginia?

  • What are grounds for divorce for military members in Virginia?

  • How child custody can affect the well-being of your child

  • Is your child's father not paying child support?

  • If a divorce parent moves, which state handles child custody?

  • Understanding what's covered under Child Support

  • Protecting your rights when it comes to child custody

  • Who gets custody of Virginia children?

  • Which spouse gets the house following a divorce?

  • Can a person who fails to pay child support in VA go to jail?

  • How are visitation rights handled in Fairfax County?

  • Woman pays spousal support to husband who abused her

  • Is post-divorce modification possible in Virginia?

  • The importance of legal assistance in a military divorce

  • Statistics of military divorce are higher with long deployments

  • What is necessary to determine child custody in Virginia?

  • How Virginia deals with child support enforcement

  • What are the steps to getting a divorce in Virginia?

  • When can there be a child support modification?

  • Owners who divorce in Virginia can protect their businesses

  • Woman fakes pregnancy in effort to gain child support

  • Facebook considerations for divorcing individuals

  • Hidden assets can wreak havoc in a divorce

  • As Virginia couples prepare for divorce, there is much to discuss

  • As Virginia family law evolves, so do child custody decisions

  • What is the difference between the two Virginia divorce types?

  • Moving in relation to a divorce

  • Can a child being disabled affect child support duration?

  • What different forms can court-ordered alimony take in Virginia?

  • Retirement benefits raise special property division issues

  • Can a child's preferences have an impact in a child custody case?

  • Changes can occur to the amount of a child support obligation

  • Food Network stars divorcing

  • Timing rules for Virginia divorces

  • Military pensions in a divorce

  • What different forms can joint custody take?

  • Ranking the success of Google's aquisitions

  • Virginia residents could be impacted by acquisitions

  • Family fight over restaurant ownership comes to an end

  • Merger might affect homebuyers in Virginia

  • Writing a business plan for a small business in Virginia

  • Startup taxi services sued by competitors

  • Supreme Court upholds decision favoring class actions

  • Cable industry giants seeking mergers and acquisitions

  • Virginia law standardizes farmer rights throughout the state

  • Lockheed swoops up another business

  • Oculus VR faces lawsuit

  • New company aims to rival large service providers

  • FN Manufacturing and FNH USA to merge

  • Virginia businesses have a choice of structures

  • Virginia Intermont may lose accreditation after financial woes

  • Permitting law challenged by small businesses

  • Virginia timber company faces breach of contract case in court

  • Beneficial breach may still bring legal action

  • Cement industry shows signs of resurgence

  • Virginia security company looks to expand after merger

  • Recently merged Virginia banks complete operational changes

  • Virginia company agrees to $1.6 billion deal

  • Summons claims Courtney Love owes her doctor

  • Lisa Kudrow's ex-manager wins $1.6 million lawsuit against star

  • Eastman Chemical Co. to strengthen distribution with acquisition

  • Virgina restaurant forced to close

  • NFL denies $25,000 Super Bowl agreement with city

  • Government joins lawsuit against employee vetting company

  • Video game giant looks to mergers and acquisitions

  • Harris Teeter bought by Kroger Co.

  • Office equipment company announces acquisition

  • Yelp reviews lead to court ruling

  • Cooper Tires backs out of deal with Apollo

  • To stay successful, a pivot may be required

  • Merging American Airlines with US Airways

  • Virginia companies merging to create largest bank in state

  • Common traits of successful business owners

  • Airline merger approved by bankruptcy court

  • Lawsuit filed by owner of MLB team

  • Courts rule for Google in book scanning lawsuit

  • U.S. regulators approve office-supply chain merger

  • Robin Thicke accused of borrowing from Marvin Gaye songs

  • Court finds Apple innocent of patent infringement

  • Van Halen trademark in dispute

  • Regulators approve acquisition resulting in largest Virginia bank

  • Attorney faced with copyright infringement lawsuit fights back

  • Apps patent trolling could end

  • Do board members also have a "duty of imagination"?

  • West Virginia gaming group to merge with Eldorado Resorts

  • Ford's court victory reverses $2 billion lower court ruling

  • Naked Juice settles for $9 million

  • Banks merge to simplify and cut costs

  • Virginia governor's race may be affected by green tech fallout

  • American Airlines and US Airways to fight merger lawsuit

  • Amazon CEO buys Washington Post for $250 million

  • Convenience store faces massive lawsuit

  • Newspaper merger increases company expansion

  • Forming an intellectual property plan

  • Merger between two arilines being investigated

  • Virginia businessman honored by SBA

  • U.S. wins large sum from United Technologies

  • Video game company settles with Beyonce after broken contract

  • Cirrus Vodka site to be auctioned

  • Smithfield merging with Chinese company

  • New jobs to be created by lozenge company

  • Real estate fund closes $1.2 billion merger deal with hotel chain

  • Hagerstown propane company purchases Virginia firm

  • Carpet cleaner sues Yelp to reveal identity of online reviewers

  • Law Office Of Richard L Downey

  • Time Warner could eye CBS for acquisition

  • Fairfax Water to provide service to Fairfax County

  • SEC recognizes new way to communicate with investors

  • Algorithm buyouts may be the next mass pipe-dream in tech

  • Businesses in Virginia argue that competition is unfair

  • Virginia greenhouse venture will add 205 jobs

  • LifePoint and Fauquier agree to form joint venture

  • Small business start-ups still possible

  • University of Virginia property seizure follows contract dispute

  • Business errors entrepreneurs should avoid

  • Virginia Beach company listed on Forbes' list

  • Senator presents bill to streamline small business regulation

  • Proposed uranium mine in Virginia faces uphill battle

  • Lawsuit brought against cyclist for alleged fraud

  • Virginia International Raceway gets new owner

  • Contract dispute between network, talent company over Gaga show

  • Crowdfunding holds risks, rewards

  • For $491.2 million, Avis will acquire Zipcar

  • What happens when a business partner leaves the partnership?

  • Lawsuit with franchisees shows complexity of business litigation

  • Advice for growing a small business

  • Popular franchise expands by 3,000 locations

  • Business disputes getting ugly for Tory Burch and ex-husband

  • Starbucks to pay $626 million to acquire Teavana

  • Should you open a franchise?

  • Setting realistic expectations for a merger

  • Lucasfilm sale contains provisions on new Star Wars movies

  • When a small business gets sued

  • Litigation between merchants and credit card companies continues

  • T-Mobile merger faces shareholder litigation

  • Effective delegation can improve business

  • Best Buy buyout plan still a mystery

  • Dish Network, Cablevision engaged in contract dispute

  • Smartphone dispute shows unique view of business litigation

  • Facebook CEO promises not to sell shares for one year

  • New work visa program presents challenge for small businesses

  • JC Penney hit with contract lawsuit in new battle with Macy's

  • Nut allergy leads to breach of contract suit for school

  • Pros and cons to private equity for small businesses

  • Starbucks announces partnership with mobile payment company

  • William and Mary considers merger with local medical school

  • Viacom and DirecTV settle contract dispute

  • Conflict between DirecTV and Viacom leads to blackout

  • What would Fairfax County be without its small businesses and entrepreneurs?

  • Formation Of An Llc And Tax Implications