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Understanding Virginia’s Child Support Modification Laws
Understanding Virginia’s Child Support Modification Laws

The U.S. Department of Agriculture estimates that it costs $233,610 (excluding the cost of college) for a middle-income couple to raise a child in today’s economy. This may seem like an exorbitant amount, but it makes sense when you calculate your child’s daily needs and ...

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  • Visitation 101: Don’t Accidentally Kidnap Your Child

    Like most states, Virginia law takes child custody matters very seriously. With winter break creeping around the corner, many parents want to spend ...

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  • How Long Do I Need to Pay Spousal Support in Virginia?

    During the divorce process, you may have agreed to pay spousal support as part of your marital settlement agreement. Unfortunately, Virginia doesn’t ...

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  • Does Military Service Affect Spousal Support Payments?

    There’s a reason that the divorce rate for military spouses is over 50%. Sustaining a military marriage can be incredibly taxing when active duty ...

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  • Can Remarriage Affect Alimony & Child Support in Virginia?

    After a divorce is finalized, it is not uncommon for a divorced individual to get hitched once again a short time later. According to the U.S. Census ...

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  • Family Pets in a Virginia Divorce: Who Gets Custody?

    Pets are an important part of the family unit, providing happiness and comfort to each and every member. Although animals can enrich our lives, they ...

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  • 5 Divorce Secrets Your Spouse Doesn’t Want You to Know

    Going through divorce can be stressful, and sometimes, your spouse will try to overwhelm you by keeping crucial information from you that can sway the ...

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  • I Signed a Separation Agreement with my Spouse, but now I am Having Second Thoughts. Is the Separation Agreement Enforceable?

    In Virginia, Separation Agreements, often interchangeably referred to as Property Settlement Agreements, are legally enforceable contracts. The law ...

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