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When you divorce, you and your spouse legally separate your lives. Depending on the length of your marriage and whether you have children, this can ge ... read more
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Virginia Divorce
When you divorce, you and your spouse legally separate your lives. Depending on the length of your marriage and whether you have children, this can get complicated. Virginia statutes outline the procedures you must follow before your divorce can be finalized. Representing Yourself If you choose to represent ... Read more

Dealing with Personal Bankruptcy in Virginia
Bankruptcy is a legal procedure that allows people who cannot pay their debts get a fresh start. Federal law provides for several different types of bankruptcy, although only two are commonly used by individuals. Chapter 7 is the traditional form, where the courts liquidate all nonexempt assets to pay ... Read more

Virginia Employment Law Basics
Employers with at least six employees are subject to Virginia’s state laws that prohibit discrimination. ... Read more

Virginia Traffic Violations
Traffic violations are criminal acts that violate the rules of driving. Most violations are considered minor infractions. They usually won't have serious consequences. However, some violations, such as driving while under the influence, can be considered major criminal offenses. Also, minor violations ... Read more

VA Witnesses at a Small Claims Trial
You're part of a lawsuit that's been filed in the Virginia small claims court and it's almost time for it to go trial and have a judge decide who wins. What can you do to help make sure you're on the winning side? Witnesses can have a big influence on the judge, and so they can mean the difference between ... Read more

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