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Virginia enforces an implied consent law

It is a major accomplishment in the life of residents to receive their first driver's license. While many people get them when they are teenagers, others may choose to secure their first licenses when they are older and in need of driving their own vehicles. When a person is given a driver's license they must abide by certain laws and expectations in order to maintain their driving privileges.

How does a person secure a no-fault divorce in Virginia?

Before this post offers information on the above-mentioned question, readers are asked to remember that this Harrisonburg-based legal blog does not provide advice or legal guidance. Individuals who wish to pursue no-fault divorces are encouraged to talk to their own family law attorneys about the requirements that they will face in order to accomplish their goals. No-fault divorces are complex legal processes that should be managed with knowledge and care.

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