Can my husband kick me out of the house? We have children!

Divorce is scary. It’s not really that the process is so terrible; in most cases, I think it’s really like more doing your income taxes in a year that you’re afraid you’ll owe (instead of getting that refund). The process is tedious and annoying, and you have to go back in time to find specific…

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Refinancing in Virginia Divorce: 3 Things to Know

3 Things to Keep in Mind When Refinancing Your Home Real property is often one of the biggest items to address in divorce and we have to figure out what will happen to it. A lot of our clients tell us they want to keep living in the former marital home after the divorce, which…

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Vacation Homes and Divorce

Equitable distribution is the fancy way we describe how property is divided in the Virginia divorce process. Under equitable distribution, the court looks at all a couple’s assets (the things that are worth money) and liabilities (yes, your debt gets divided, too!) and makes a determination about what each former spouse should take away from…

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He wants to keep the house!

The house is, in many cases, one of the biggest, most emotionally charged elements in a divorce, for husbands and wives alike. Of course, I don’t represent any husbands, but I can tell you about it from the wife’s perspective. The marital residence in Virginia divorce So, obviously, something has to happen with the house….

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