A Guide to Virginia Child Custody

Divorces can be difficult and messy. Deciding to end your marriage is not easy. This process is only made more difficult when there are children thrown into the mix. Not only must couples figure out how to divide their assets and adjust to life apart, but when the couple has children together there needs to be a child custody agreement in place. Below is the information you need to know about child custody in Virginia.
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Can Social Media Affect My Divorce?

We live in a social media world. News is available almost instantaneously, we are able to share pictures with friends and family across the world at the click of a button, and we can share any thought we have on various social media platforms
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Tips to Strengthen a Car Accident Claim

Car accidents are far too common. With car accidents also comes the likelihood of injury from the accident. Car accident injuries can range anywhere from minor cuts and bruises to serious life-altering injuries. These injuries can result in a financial burden that is not easy to keep up with or face. Luckily, there are legal options for you if you have been injured in a car accident caused by another. You may be entitled to receive compensation through a personal injury suit against the other driver. A personal injury suit is generally complicated and must be approached methodically, with the
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Does the Sudden Emergency Doctrine Apply to Car Accidents?

No one starts their day off wanting to be involved in an accident. Nevertheless, thousands of accidents happen every single day. Sometimes the cause of these accidents is negligence of another person, our own negligence, or even an event that is out of our control. When an event is outside of our control, there is a legal principle that can apply. The sudden emergency doctrine is a legal principle that states a person will not be held liable for his or her actions when those actions arise out of an emergency situation. Negligent actions will be “forgiven” when they are
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Four Reasons Everyone Needs a Will

U.S News reported that more than half of adult Americans do not have a will. Even though most people have heard of a will; they do not have one. This can cause a lot of problems if tragedy strikes, or even if an elderly relative passes away peacefully. A will is a legal document that outlines an individual’s wishes after death, and every adult should have one in place. There are many reasons for this, and here are a few of the most important ones: Having a Plan for the Children No one wants to think that they will die
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