If you and your spouse are filing for divorce in Virginia and have minor children, you’ll need to decide on sole vs. joint legal custody. Here’s how to decide which is right for you.
A Quick Guide to DIY Divorce or Dissolution in Virginia
Filing for a DIY divorce in Virginia without legal representation? My Legal Case Coach offers legal case form packets and coaching sessions.
DIY Divorce Challenges a Legal Coach Can Help With
A “do-it-yourself” approach to divorce can save you and your soon-to-be ex thousands of dollars in attorney fees. However, if you’re planning to go the DIY route, you may encounter a few challenges that may be difficult to navigate on your own divorce. Here’s how a legal coach can help you through your DIY (also known as pro se) divorce without the full expense of retaining an attorney. What is a legal coach’s role in … Read More
8 New Year’s Resolutions for Newly Separated Parents
These New Year’s resolutions for newly separated parents can promote personal growth, a stronger family life, and a healthier year ahead.
Can I Change My Marital Settlement Agreement After It’s Been Filed?
Learn how an existing marital settlement agreement can be changed based on ex-spouses’ life situations.
Important Reasons to Petition for Step-Parent Adoption
Learn why petitioning for step-parent adoption can be a great way to strengthen your familial bond while securing your legal parental rights.
Legal Matters to Address Before Your Special Needs Child Turns 18
If you have a special needs child turning 18, make sure you consider these important legal guardianship and inheritance issues before their birthday.
5 Tips for Representing Yourself in Court
If you’re planning to represent yourself in a Virginia family law or probate matter, follow these tips for a smooth experience.
A Complete Guide to Virginia Probate
Confused about the rules, regulations and requirements for Virginia Probate? Here’s a comprehensive guide to help you.
A Guide for Legal Guardianship and Conservatorship for Incapacitated Parent
Discover the process for becoming a legal guardian and conservator to a parent who is incapacitated and can no longer take care of themselves.