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A divorce or marital dissolution formally ends the marital relationship and the duties and responsibilities of the parties toward one another, includi ... read more
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Divorce Law in West Virginia
A divorce or marital dissolution formally ends the marital relationship and the duties and responsibilities of the parties toward one another, including the division of marital assets and debts. If there are minor children involved and an inequitable financial situation exists, there may be continued ... Read more

WV Collecting the Judgment
Your hard work and determination finally paid off. You won the case you filed in a West Virginia magistrate court or "small claims" court. The magistrate agreed with you and the person you sued (the "defendant") has to pay you money or turn over some property that rightfully belongs to you. Congratulations! ... Read more

WV Filing a Small Claims Suit
Do you have a customer who paid for the car repairs you made with a check that "bounced?" Is your landlord refusing to refund all of your security deposit, or won't let you back into the apartment to get some things you left behind when you moved? These are the kinds of disputes over property and money ... Read more

WV Alternatives to Small Claims Court
Were you involved in a fender-bender and the other driver won't pay to have your car fixed? Do you have a tenant that stopped paying rent for an apartment you leased to him? Is your former landlord refusing to let you get some things out of the house you rented? These are the types of disputes that can ... Read more

WV What Is Small Claims Court
People have minor disputes every day, like a customer who won't pay a mechanic for car repairs he made, to a tenant who stops paying rent. Often, these disputes don't involve enough money to justify hiring an attorney. The fees you may have to pay an attorney may be close to or even more than the amount ... Read more

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