Prenups and Postnups

Prenups and Postnups: What are they, and do I want one?

Agreements between two people that relate to their marital relationship – their “nuptials” – are referred to as prenuptial and postnuptial agreements. We hear about them all the time in relation to celebrities and the very wealthy, and it doesn’t seem to have much to do with the average person. However, there are definitely good reasons…

5 Ways to Prepare to Meet with Your Family Law Attorney

Consulting with a family law attorney involves providing a great deal of personal information to a professional. It can seem to be an intimidating and scary process, which makes the reason for your consultation (like a possible separation or divorce) all the more difficult. You may think that certain issues are important – and they are – but they may not be the most important consideration from…

What are Grey Divorces?

In recent years, the U.S. has experienced a trend toward the increase of divorces involving people in their 50s or older. “Late life” or “grey divorces” have many of the same issues that affect all separating or divorcing couples. However, grey divorces take on a unique – and sometimes more urgent – character because of some specific issues:


  • Employability. When a…

Keep Up With the Latest Developments in Virginia Family Law

Every year, on July 1, laws that have been enacted by the Commonwealth go into effect. Below is some information regarding changes of interest relating to Family Law.

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