Collaborative Divorce: Busting the Myth of Cost-Effectiveness for Truly Aligned Spouses

Previous Collaborative Divorce Experience: While trained and certified in collaborative divorce, I haven’t taken new cases in several years due to focusing on litigation. I’d only consider them again if convinced it’s the best option for the client and involves a familiar collaborative lawyer on the other side. Collaborative Divorce May Not Be For True … Read more

Alcohol Use Disorder and the Fragile Threads of Marriage: Seeking Help Before It’s Too Late

Alcohol Use Disorder, if untreated, often leads to family problems and divorce Marriage can be a beautiful tapestry woven with love, trust, and shared dreams. But even the strongest threads can fray, and sometimes, alcohol use disorder (AUD) becomes the silent intruder, threatening to unravel the entire fabric. AUD’s Impact on Marriage and Families: For … Read more

Navigating Separation Smoothly: The Advantages of an Uncontested Divorce in Virginia

Uncontested Divorce Offers Significant Advantages in Virginia. Divorce can be an emotionally charged and complex experience. However, in Virginia, navigating it doesn’t always have to involve lengthy courtroom battles and high emotional costs. If you and your spouse are on relatively equal footing and committed to working together, an uncontested divorce can offer a significantly … Read more

Need a Divorce Lawyer? Here’s What You Should Know

Considering divorce? This guide clarifies if legal representation is right for you, offering insights and practical tips. Do you need a lawyer? It depends. If your divorce is contested or involves complex finances, child custody, or significant assets, a lawyer is crucial. Even amicable divorces benefit from legal guidance to ensure everything’s done correctly. When … Read more

Basic evidence in a child custody case

No Two Custody Cases are the Same. Every child custody issue is unique just like the families that find themselves in the midst of custody disputes. However, the guiding principle is always “the best interests of the child”. A family law or divorce lawyer experienced with child custody cases can certainly explain this in more … Read more