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Divorce

Car insurance issues regarding divorce

If you’re one of many people in Virginia whose marriage has taken a turn for the worst, you may have some difficult decisions to make. Should you decide to file for divorce, especially if you have children, the decision will activate a series of additional choices and...

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Alimony and divorce after 50

Divorce is one of the most emotionally fraught life experiences to get through. It’s even more stressful for Virginia residents who are 50 years old and older. It’s likely that one spouse will be paying the other alimony or spousal support, but there is no guarantee...

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Divorce can take a toll on your health

When you navigate a major life change, it can be stressful to your health, even if it is a change that you desire and have chosen to make. For instance, you might determine it better to file for divorce in a Virginia court rather than remain in an unhappy marriage. As...

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Reducing the costs of high asset divorce

It has never been a secret that getting unhitched can be expensive. That can be especially true for Virginia spouses going through a high asset divorce. A contested divorce is already quite expensive. If the couple has children or owns valuable assets, the costs may...

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Hiding assets in a divorce is illegal

A Virginia family court judge often hands down rulings on property division issues. If you file for divorce, you and your spouse must sign an agreement regarding who gets what assets and who is responsible for paying any existing marital debt. This state, like most,...

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Reporting alimony payments on taxes

Payors and payees of spousal support know that the rules changed regarding how payments figure on income tax returns. Most Virginia residents know that alimony payments are not tax deductible and those receiving those payments do not have to claim the funds as taxable...

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