You are separated and leading to a divorce. You must begin to build a case for custody and financial issues. One thing you need to think about are persons that could testify in court on your behalf to support your case.
For divorced entered after December 31, 2018, there has been a profound change in the tax law relating to spousal support and alimony.
Your worst nightmare is about the happen and you have no clue.
Going through a divorce in Virginia can be a trying ordeal. There are some emotions involved in the process that can be difficult to deal with, and divorce only gets more complicated when the divorcing couple needs to sell their home. In order to sell their home, a divorcing couple needs to work together even though they may not be able to stand one another.
Oftentimes, one spouse may want to get divorced immediately but the other spouse has no desire to get divorced. Let's say you are the spouse who wants an immediate divorce. Your spouse does not want to get divorced for whatever reasons. One reason may be that he/she has medical conditions and wants to remain on the other spouse's health insurance policy for as long as possible and not have to pay for his/her own health insurance. This can be dealt with by addressing the insurance needs of the party and finding the best policy available.
If your children are living at least a few hours away, it is easy to lose touch with their lives. You must make affirmative steps to maintain your connection with your kids. Here are some ideas to do this:
Child support and alimony payments end on the payor's death. What if the payor dies before the end of child support or alimony duration? One way to protect these payments-and to ensure that you continue to get child and spousal support--if the payor dies is to obtain or maintain an existing a life insurance policy on the payor's life.
Social isolation and cyberbullying are some of the less savory aspects of modern communications that may have some Virginia parents understandably concerned. However, there are some positive things about the way kids today prefer to communicate, especially when family dynamics change because of a divorce. A new study concluded that such technology can help maintain important parent-child relationships post-divorce.