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What happens to your frozen embryos during a divorce?

More American couples are turning to in vitro fertilization (IVF) to get pregnant. Research suggests around 5 percent of American couples will try IVF to have a baby this year. However, some of these couples will have to face a tough decision about what to do with their frozen embryos if their marriage ends in divorce.

What Virginia couples should know about prenuptial agreements

Virginia couples planning on marriage may benefit from signing a prenuptial agreement to specify their financial arrangements in the case of a divorce or the death of one spouse. Creating a prenuptial agreement can be a straightforward process, and it is recommended that both parties have their own attorney. Full disclosure of finances on behalf of both parties is also an important and required part of the process.

Lawyers and couples say social media a factor in divorces

Couples in Virginia may be surprised to learn that nearly 15 percent of 2,000 couples in a poll conducted by a British law firm said that they had considered divorce due to the activities of their spouses on social media. In addition, nearly 25 percent said they argued at least weekly with their spouse about social media while almost one out of every five respondents said they fought about it daily.

Single parent tax issues

At the end of a marriage, Virginia parents work through divorce legal issues that affect their children such as child custody and child support and visitation plans. Decisions about these issues could have an effect on taxes.

Understanding child support in Virginia

Any man or woman who is the primary caretaker of minor children in the state of Virginia may file to receive financial support from the other parent. In order to receive child support payments from the non-custodial parent, the primary caretaker will have to prove that the other parent has a duty to financially support the child.

Considering finances during a divorce

A divorce can be a difficult time for a former couple because of the complexity of separating the social and financial interests of both parties. However, when going through divorce proceedings, it may be beneficial for a Virginia resident to keep certain financial realities in mind.

Overview of uncontested divorces in Virginia

An uncontested divorce in Virginia might be simpler and less stressful than a contested one, but there are still requirements couples should be aware of when initiating the process. To obtain a divorce or to become legally separated in Virginia, at least one person must live in the commonwealth or have been a domiciliary for a minimum of six months. Service members who have been on duty in Virginia for six months or longer can file as well.

Exploring the need for prenuptial agreements for younger couples

While many older couples in Virginia who have more substantial assets are more apt to get a prenuptial agreement, younger couples often believe that prenups are unromantic and can show a lack of trust or commitment. However, young couples should seriously consider one for a variety of reasons.

Making plans to divide a home during divorce

When Virginia couples go through a divorce, the property division phase may be one of the most difficult parts of the process. In nearly every case, the couple's home becomes a major point of contention. Sometimes, the couple sells the home and splits the profits between both individuals. This can help ensure that each receives a portion of the home's worth.

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