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What can happen if you fail to pay child support in Virginia?

Most parents are eager to participate in the care and raising of their kids, even if they are divorced. Unfortunately, some noncustodial parents fail to comply with court orders concerning child support.  Some reasons that they do are more common than others, as...

Mistakes during divorce that could result in criminal charges

Often, during a divorce, spouses' decision-making is clouded by emotions. People who have never been on the wrong side of the law often find themselves doing and saying things that are completely out of character. Pain and disappointment can manifest themselves in a...

What details should you include in your will?

Whether you create an extensive estate plan or simply a will, there are certain things you need to include in any legal document to ensure it serves its intended purpose.  The goal of drafting a will is usually to leave a legacy once you die and provide for those who...

Factors to consider when pursuing a no-fault divorce in Virginia

Divorce is a difficult process, but it doesn't have to be. There are many ways you can make the experience easier for you and your children. One way to do so is by filing for a no-fault divorce in Virginia. You'll save time and money while protecting your rights as a...