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September 2016 Archives

After domestic violence, abusive parent could get custody

When two parents go through a divorce in Virginia, a judge may have to decide how to divide parenting time. One of the factors that a judge may consider is whether a divorce involved allegations of domestic violence. Although many people assume that a parent who was abused will automatically get full child custody, family law cases are not always that clear-cut.

Credit counseling or bankruptcy?

Virginia residents who are concerned about personal debt and cash flow sometimes need outside assistance in managing their money. Fortunately, help is available from professionals who can help consumers review their finances and develop strategies for getting back on track.

Baby boomers need to protect assets during divorce

Virginia residents may have heard that divorce among older couples is soaring. A study by the National Center for Family & Marriage Research found that the divorce rate among people over the age of 50 doubled between 1990 and 2014. Divorces tripled for people over age 65 during the same time period.

Refinancing options after bankruptcy

Although it may seem intimidating, bankruptcy can provide Virginia residents with options for addressing excessive debt that has accrued because of different types of life circumstances. In some cases, the mismanagement of finances can lead to unmanageable debt. However, many individuals and families find that the loss of a job or a serious medical condition can have a negative impact on the ability to pay bills. A common concern is how bankruptcy will affect one's financial dealings in the future, especially in situations such as refinancing a home.

What to do when a loved one is suffering from domestic abuse

Domestic violence is a serious problem in Virginia, and many people have loved ones who are in relationships involving domestic abuse. There are several things people can do to help their loved ones who are in abusive relationships, and taking specific steps might help to save them.

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