Preparation is Key for a Successful Divorce
Published on May 5, 2017
For Virginia spouses who are getting ready to file for , there is no such thing as being over prepared. Those who put in the time and effort to get ready for their divorce can reap the rewards of a faster, easier and more advantageous end to their marriage. The following tips are offered i...
For Many Children, Divorce Yields Positive Outcomes
Published on May 31, 2017 on behalf of Wade Grimes Friedman Meinken & Leischner PLLC
A wide body of research has focused on the ill effects that divorce can bring to children. Social science is ...
Men And Divorce: Mistakes To Avoid
Published on June 21, 2017 on behalf of Wade Grimes Friedman Meinken & Leischner PLLC
For many men in Virginia, divorce is an area of uncharted waters. Even though virtually everyone has witness...
Understanding How Debt Impacts the Division of Marital Property
Published on July 8, 2017 on behalf of Wade Grimes Friedman Meinken & Leischner PLLC
When considering the repercussions of a divorce, most Virginia spouses will focus on the financial outcomes t...
FAQ Friday – Protective Orders
If you've ever feared your safety is being threatened by another person, . In this week's FAQ Friday, Wade Grimes Friedman Meinken and Leischner partner Rebecca Wade explains the difference between emergency, temporary and permanent orders.
Talking to Kids About Divorce: Tips for Virginia Parents
Published July 22, 2017 on behalf of Wade Grimes Friedman Meinken & Leischner PLLC
When faced with the need to have “the talk” with their kids, many Virginia parents dread the reaction that may follow, as well as the questions that are likely to arise. This is never ...
You Want to Divorce, Your Spouse Does Not: What’s Next?
Published on August 7, 2017
, the next step is to sit down and discuss the matter with one's spouse. This can be a difficult prospect, especially in cases in which the other party is expected to be resistant to ending the marriage. Spouses who are able to take a compassionate approa...
Child Custody Concerns During the School Year
Published on August 22, 2017
As parents settle into the back-to-school rhythm, some will have a more challenging time than others. It can take some time to adjust after a divorce, as parents learn to share the responsibilities of their children's school and extracurricular activitie...
Frequently Asked Questions About Child Support
is a complex legal issue that can involve numerous factors including income, healthcare costs, child care costs, number of children involved, employment status, and more. In this week’s FAQ Friday, Rebecca Wade, partner and attorney a...
Divorcio: Problemas Si No Eres Ciudadano
En el FAQ Friday de esta semana, Rebecca Wade, abogada de Wade Grimes Friedman Meinken & Leischner, explica las implicaciones legales que rodean si no eres no ciudadano en Virginia.
Wade dice que los problemas surgen cuando una per...
7 Things You Need To Know About Pets & Divorce: Jessica Leischner on the Since My Divorce Podcast
Published November 21, 2017 by
The question of who gets the pet during a divorce can be one of the most emotional issues of the entire process. Jessica Leischner, family law attorney and partner at Wade,...
Órdenes de Protección
Si alguna vez has temido que otra persona estuviera amenazando su seguridad, es posible que debe solicitar una orden de protección. En el FAQ Friday de esta semana, Wade Grimes Friedman Meinken & Leischner abogada Rebecca Wade, explica la diferencia entre las órdenes de e...
Órdenes de Protección Parte 2
La mayoría de gente, cree que una orden de protección es un caso criminal. En el FAQ Friday de esta semana, Wade Grimes Friedman Meinken & Leischner abogada Rebecca Wade, explica la diferencias entre un caso criminal y una orden de protección.
¿Qué es el Estatuto de Shall Arrest de Virginia? – El Viernes FAQ
Cada año, millones de personas son víctimas de abuso doméstico en los EE. UU. Abogada de violencia doméstica Rebecca Wade explica el Shall Arrest estatuto en Virginia en el Viernes FAQ.
"La ley establece que cuando llamas a la policía a una residencia y existe una causa probable de que ha habido un act...
How to Navigate Child Visitation During the Holidays
Some say the holidays are the most wonderful time of the year. The tree goes up, decorations come out and it’s time to bake cookies. But for divorced parents who want equal time with their kids on Christmas Day, dealing with child visitation around the holidays can be challenging. Family law attorney Rebecca...