When clients ask about “divorce,” I often think there is much more to a “divorce case” than getting divorced. Yes, there will be a time when a judge signs a divorce decree and you are no longer married, but before we can do that, let’s consider some of other things that need to be resolved first.
When thinking about divorce, there are many questions that arise creating a considerable amount of stress and anxiety. At Evolution Divorce, it's our aim to help you get all your questions answered to help eliminate as much uncertainty as we can while you consider the possibility of divorce.We've compiled a list of frequent questions people ask when considering a divorce. Many of these answers pertain to anyone going through a divorce, but since we are located in Virginia, some of the answers pertain to our geographic location.
A 2018 study conducted by OnePoll revealed that of the 3,500 dog owners surveyed, 86% would break up with their romantic partner if that romantic partner did not like their dog.
I have come to realize many people don’t know where to start when they first meet with a divorce lawyer. I normally begin my initial consultations with potential clients asking if they have specific questions they want answered or if they would rather I ask them some questions that will give me information on how best to help. The overwhelming majority reply with, “Go ahead and ask me questions. I really don’t know what I’m doing. I’ve never done this before.”
Untangling the details of a marriage and shared life can be complicated, and there are many issues to be addressed. First, it should be noted that there is no requirement that a spouse “file” for legal separation in Virginia. So, in Virginia what is legal separation?
When the trust in his marriage was broken, Collin knew he needed a divorce attorney but didn’t know anything about the process. So he turned to the only place he knew where to get one: Google.