How to Talk to Kids about the Las Vegas Shooting, Hurricanes and Other Tragedies. Turn off the news. Ask your children what they have heard. Affirm your children's feelings. Empower your children. Run or hide. Stay strong yourself. Be prepared.
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The Top Ten Reasons You Need an Attorney for Your Divorce include custody, child support, spousal support, marital home, business, retirement assets, debts, child with special needs, discovery, and emotional implications of going it alone.
Gossip magazines are reporting that Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie may be considering reconciling after Angelina Jolie filed for divorce last fall. Whether this story is a media fabrication or actually authentic, many divorcing parties consider reconciliation. In a study of divorcing couples, one p...
Best practices guide for divorced, separated or never married parents to obtain reimbursement of their children's uncovered medical and dental expenses.
Whether you get a divorce or separation is one of the most personal and emotional decisions that a person may make. The answer to that question depends on the issues that have caused you to ask this question and what efforts you and your spouse are willing to make to repair the marriage. If your marriage is beyond repair; then, you should get a divorce. Life is too long and too short to be unhappy. #divorce #separation #reconciliation #marriage
Social media is a part of most people's every day lives. Here are 10 Do's and Don'ts for social media usage during your separation and divorce. These tips will help you keep your social media usage from harming yourself, your children and your future. Our Northern Virginia Law Firm can walk you through every step of the divorce process and give you the advice and guidance that you need.
What is the Parent Education Seminar in Virginia? Who is required to take it? How long is it? How much does it cost? What is it about? Where do I find a list of providers in my area?
Tips for Informing Your Child's Co-Parent of Your Vacation Plans - including an example of a written communication to a co-parent regarding vacation plans
This blog provides you with a list of documents and information to bring to your initial consult with your attorney.