It is often a challenge adjusting to new living arrangements in Virginia without your children. If you and your spouse have separated, you may find yourself in the midst of a custody battle, even if the split has otherwise been uneventful. At Russell W. Ray, PLLC, we often help clients negotiate custody and visitation agreements for the best possible outcome.
Your home was the center of your family life during your marriage. Now that you and your spouse decided to divorce, you face the challenge of figuring out what happens to the marital home.
As you enter into your divorce proceedings in Alexandria, you should know every option available to you when it comes to the topic of property division. Several of the assets that the court considers to be shared can present a number of complexities. Chief among these is a 401k. If your ex-spouse maintains such an account, you may be entitled to an equitable portion of the contributions made to it during your marriage. The question then becomes how can your best manage this asset?
Divorce changes much more than the relationship between you and your former spouse. It can change your routines, your support system and how often your see your child. Some people may even consider opportunities after divorce that they would not have considered otherwise, such as an out-of-state job.