In This Issue:
- Marriage, Divorce & Your Business
- New Child Support Guidelines Under Virginia Code Section 20 108.2: What Do They Mean for You?
- Moving Out of the Marital Home - Should You Stay or...more
The problems in family law are as old as civilization. (Ask Ann Boleyn about it.)
The solutions remain difficult. A courtroom may be the worst place to resolve a custody dispute. It is also rarely the best place to...more
When it comes to child support, the laws vary considerably from state to state. Some states allow “permanent” alimony in certain circumstances, but some do not. Most states allow for some sort of alimony payment for a finite...more
Custody rule number one: The best interest of the child is the polar star in every custody case. Custody is really about the child. It is only secondarily about the parent....more
In today’s world it is hardly a rare occurrence that after a divorce one parent might move to another location. What happens then? What are the courts likely to do? This is perhaps the most difficult area of custody law....more
If you own a business, by yourself or with others, how will it be affected by a divorce? Will your spouse get an interest in it? What about stock options? If you own any, will your spouse gain an interest in those? Likewise...more
When you are contemplating a separation from your spouse, it is important to consider whether or not actions need to be taken to prevent dissipation of assets by your spouse prior to a final resolution of your case. You...more
If you own a business, or any asset for that matter, and you intend to marry or divorce, you need to read this.
Virginia is not a community property state. But it is an equitable distribution state. What does that...more