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Divorce & Family Law

Who gets the pet in a divorce?

Pets are family members. When married couples get divorced, it is common for each to want Rover or Whiskers. In most instances, dogs and cats end up living with one fur-baby parent or another. It is always helpful when splitting couples comprehend how this ruling gets...

Virginia spousal support factors

When spouses decide to divorce, the spouse who needs financial assistance may have questions about spousal support. Spousal support is awarded in Virginia when it is necessary and it is intended to provide for the receiving spouse’s needs. Generally, it is awarded in...

Looking at statistics on child custody

If you have kids, it is especially important to pay close attention to family law issues while working through your divorce and manage any hardships that arise later on with care. From child custody to support, multiple facets of family law involve children and affect...

Is this a sign of parental alienation?

Parental alienation is an issue that plagues many divorcing parents. Whether it is due to bitterness or misplaced good intention, the end result is the same. Your child could end up suffering from long-term consequences as a result. Thus, you need to act fast once you...

What is parallel parenting?

Divorce is hard enough on its own, but if you have children the situation often becomes eminently more complex. Particularly if your ex-spouse is a narcissist or has some other combative personality disorder, the idea of moving forward in a joint custody situation...

Should I take my divorce to trial?

Collaborative divorce is becoming an increasingly popular option for divorce. This is because collaborative divorces often end up being cheaper and moving at a faster rate as compared to a trial divorce. However, in certain situations a trial may be necessary....