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  • October 10, 2017

    When is Sole Custody Justifiable in Virginia?

    Potential clients often ask about the likelihood that they will be awarded sole custody of their child. This prediction, however, is not so easily forecast. In Virginia, there is both legal and physical custody, and there can be both sole legal and/or sole physical custody awarded or agreed to...

  • July 20, 2017

    Top Challenges You’ll Face When Filing for Custody in Virginia

    Child custody invokes strong emotions and intense personal interest from all parties involved.  Matters involving the best interests of one’s child or children can have serious consequences.  Money is fungible and can come and go -- your children are your children. (more…)

  • October 22, 2015

    Holiday Visitation

    Holiday Visitation Custody Holiday and summer schedules can often be a source of conflict between divorcing parties. The following are some common issues that can arise in crafting custody and visitation agreements, and potential solutions for them. 1. Thanksgiving and the issue of three wee...

  • June 20, 2014

    Custody Cases Involving Relocation

    For ease of reading, the party seeking the relocation is referred to as the “relocating parent” and the party opposing the relocation is referred to as the “other parent” With the number of people constantly moving in and out of the Northern Virginia area, it’s no wonder that relo...

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