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What factors help a court divide marital property in Virginia?


Virginia couples who are going through a divorce usually have a lot of questions. They may be unsure about many of the topics that come up during the process, including alimony, child custody and child support. Another area they may have questions about is property division because they may not understand what criteria a Virginia court uses when determining what is marital property. So, exactly what factors does a Virginia court take into account when considering marital property?

Guidelines parents can use during a child custody dispute


A child custody dispute can quickly turn ugly for everyone involved, including the children. Sometimes, all it takes is for one parent to believe that the other has been trying to prevent them from seeing their children. However, it's important to remember that during a child custody dispute, there are some simple dos and don'ts that parents should follow in order to minimize the emotional and psychological damage that the dispute can have on their children.

Time sharing guidelines that can help children of a divorce


No matter how difficult a divorce is on the two spouses, it's almost certainly more difficult for their children. After a child custody agreement, they can suddenly find themselves being pulled in two different directions by their parents. A divorce can also crush their sense of security and leave them emotionally battered. However, there are certain time-sharing guidelines that parents can use when it comes to managing the children's time with each parent. Here are some simple steps that can help during this process.

What are the possible grounds for an annulment in Virginia?


Many Virginians know couples who have gotten a divorce. They may also know couples who are separated but still legally married. However, they probably don't know many couples who have annulled their marriage. That's because the law in Virginia, as well as many other states, is fairly restrictive when it comes to reasons for an annulment. However, an annulment can also settle all of the same issues that a divorce can settle, including alimony, child support and child custody. So, exactly what are the specific grounds that allow someone from Virginia to seek an annulment?

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