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June 2014 Archives

Prepare ahead of time to make divorce easier

Virginia residents contemplating divorce may know that it is an emotionally difficult time. Many decisions need to be made, and some will affect their financial future. Maintaining focus on financial matters is important, and there are things that may be done to make the decisions easier.

Who keeps the pets

As Antonio Banderas and Melanie Griffith filed for divorce after almost 20 years, animal lovers in Virginia and across the nation watched as their separation became contentious over who would keep the pets. Technically, this is not a custody battle because the courts have historically determined that animals are subject to property division determinations. Even so, the couple's battle over who will keep their three canines seems hostile.

Domestic abuse in the digital age

When many people hear the phrase “domestic abuse,” they think only of physical violence. In fact, domestic abuse takes many forms including emotional, verbal, psychological and sexual abuse. Some victims have said that physical violence is actually easier to recover from than other forms of domestic abuse.

Student loan debt is a heavy burden for many in Virginia

Many college graduates in Henrico County are putting off major milestones, such as getting married, buying a house and starting a family, because they are hampered down by student loan debt. Others are not only dealing with those realities, but also with barely even being able to make ends meet because of unmanageable student debt. This is a very unfortunate situation that thousands of people throughout Virginia and the entire nation are finding themselves in.

Virginia child support website inoperative for almost a year

For those who feel they may need assistance dealing with family law matters such as child support, divorce, or child custody, government programs can be valuable tools, however speaking with an attorney may also be critical.

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