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Post Divorce Burke VA

While a final decree of divorce is exactly that, situations may arise that require the court to revisit a final decree. Examples include if a party found that the other hid assets or otherwise lied to the court to gain an advantage, or a party has failed to abide by the court's ruling. In these and other instances, the court will step in to rectify the situation if the parties cannot agree on a resolution.

The Reese Law Office has experience in Burke and across Northern VA. We can help you with contract disputes and can help with any needed modifications to custody and timesharing/visitation, child support, and spousal support.

Things you should change after separation and/or divorce in Burke, VA

(Changes should be made pursuant to a written agreement or Court Order)

  • Power of Attorneys 
  • Wills
  • Beneficiaries
  • HIPPA Forms
  • Medical Authorizations
  • Property Titles
  • W-4 Withholdings
  • Deeds
  • Social Security, ID Cards, Driver's license, military ID cards, passports, etc. (if you changed your name and/or address)
  • Children's school records
  • Security alarm information
  • Passwords

Schedule a Consultation to see how Reese Law can assist you with your post-divorce questions in Burke, VA.

 

 

 

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Evening and weekend appointments are available under certain circumstances
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