Divorce

Why these 4 problems may result in divorce

Part of marriage is letting go of part of yourself and sharing your life with another. Your spouse may share similar interests, which made you attracted to them in the first place. They may have even given you something out of life you never had before your marriage....

How alimony works in a Virginia divorce

If you are getting divorced, there is a good chance that you are seeking spousal support or that your ex is. Commonly called alimony, spousal support is meant to financially support a divorced person until they can become financially independent, i.e., get a job. For...

Can divorce benefit your children?

Divorce is commonly looked at in a negative light. Traditionally, society has frowned upon the practice, but this is starting to change. Perceptions that parents must stay together for the children, no matter what, are often not founded upon compelling evidence....

Dealing with hidden assets during a divorce

Property division following a divorce does not always go smoothly. Your spouse may try to short-change you out of some assets in the marital estate by hiding them or failing to disclose their existence to the court. It means that, in the end, you will end up with less...

Does fault matter in a Virginia divorce?

No one plans on their marriage ending in divorce. Still, after weeks or months of struggling to make the relationship work, there comes a time when you need to move forward with the next step. Investigating the divorce process can seem like a cumbersome undertaking....