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How to financially prepare for divorce

When you're getting ready to file for divorce in Virginia, preparing yourself emotionally is only half the battle. You'll also need to prepare yourself financially so you can support yourself after you've split from your former spouse. Otherwise, you might find...

Problems with DUI charges for chemicals other than alcohol

Most people associate alcohol with a DUI charge in Virginia, but that is not always the case: Individuals who are under prescribed medications or using illegal drugs could be charged with driving under the influence as well. Much of the evidence is typically officer...

What to know about modifying a support order

In most cases, a child support order will remain in effect even if a noncustodial parent loses his or her job. However, there is a chance that a Virginia judge will agree to modify the order until that person is able to find a new job. If you are a child's custodial...


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