Virginia Marital Agreements and Eventual Divorce

It’s not always possible for a couple to say, at the very beginning of the process, that they will or won’t ultimately get divorced. For many, there’s a desire to save the marriage, if at all possible. In some of those cases, a marital agreement may be one way to at least attempt to save…

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Collaborative Divorce Virginia

When it comes to divorce, there are a lot of choices. Gone are the days when divorce was a one size fits all type proposition; these days, there are many more options. Though you still have to have grounds for divorce, potential grounds include both traditional fault based options as well as no fault. Keep…

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Virginia Collaborative Divorce

You have a lot of different options available to you when it comes to divorce. You have so many options, in fact, that many of the women that I see in my consultations or at my Second Saturday divorce seminars are convinced that there are many different “kinds” of divorce from which to choose. To hear…

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Collaborative Divorce in Virginia

Rather than fight it out in court, lots of couples (both the normal kind and the celebrity kind) are looking for alternatives ways to settle their divorces. Unlike personal injury cases, there’s really not some dramatic windfall to be won in a divorce. The parties have the assets that they had when they decided to…

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Collaborative Divorce: The best chance for an amicable divorce?

Collaborative divorce is a trendy, modern way to approach divorce that is gaining a lot of attention lately. Why? Because it focuses on promoting a divorce that keeps in mind husband and wife’s certain shared priorities. In some cases, the couple are focused on maintaining a family business, and in others, the issues relating to…

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Is Collaborative Divorce the WRONG Choice for Me?

We’ve all heard horror stories about terrible divorces that end up as full-fledged wars. In an effort to avoid those kinds of situations, more and more women come into my office asking about mediated and collaborative divorces. Collaborative divorce, especially, is really popular these days. What’s collaborative divorce? Collaborative divorce is an alternative to traditional…

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Should I stay in my marriage for the children?

Couples whose marriages are on the rocks are often plagued with guilt about what a divorce would do to the children. They wonder, “Should I stay in this marriage for their sake?” I’ve heard it so many times. Moms in my office, agonizing over what the future will bring for their children, and wondering about…

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The Effects of Collaborative Divorce on Children in Virginia

Ask about collaborative divorce if you’re seeking family law legal services in Virginia Beach. This option may be a good choice, especially if you have children, because it promotes cooperation and utilizes experts who can help with certain aspects of the divorce agreement. Couples dealing with both children and divorce should take into consideration the…

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The Importance of an Attorney in Collaborative Divorce

If you’re facing the end of your marriage and want an alternative to traditional litigation, your choice of attorney is important. You’ll want to seek out a Virginia Beach divorce attorney who offers collaborative divorce. Collaborative divorce is increasing in popularity as couples seek out kinder, gentler methods to end their marriages. Traditional courtroom divorce…

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Collaborative Divorce May Save You a Lengthy Virginia Beach Court Battle

Separating couples that want to dissolve their marriages as civilly as possible may want to consider collaborative divorce. A Virginia Beach divorce lawyer trained in collaborative family law can explain what this means for you, but generally a collaborative divorce calls for both sides to work through the process without battling in court. How does…

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