How the Tax Reform Bill Impacts Family Law Apr11

How the Tax Reform Bill Impacts Family Law

Published April 11, 2019 by Tax time is upon us. And for individuals dealing with divorce, the recent tax reform bill could be the difference between getting a big tax refund or paying thousands more. Experienced family law attorney Rebecca Wade sheds light on the tax law changes and how they impact family law. ...

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How to Get a Marriage Annulled in Virginia Aug02

How to Get a Marriage Annulled in Virginia

Published Aug 2, 2019 by Annulment or divorce? The question often arises when a married couple has decided to split up. While an annulment may seem ideal for many spouses, family law attorney Jessica Leischner explains, “the chances of qualifying for one are slim in Virginia due to the very specific grounds for...

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How Marijuana Use Impacts Child Custody Cases in Virginia Sep25

How Marijuana Use Impacts Child Custody Cases in Virginia

Published Sept 25, 2019 by Different states have different laws when it comes to marijuana use. But what does that mean for families living in Northern Virginia who frequently cross state lines? Family law attorney Rebecca Wade explains how marijuana laws differ across the DMV and how they impact child custody ca...

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What Are The Benefits of Hiring a Former Public Defender? Oct11

What Are The Benefits of Hiring a Former Public Defender?

Published Oct 11, 2019 by Hiring the right attorney isn’t easy, but can largely determine the outcome of your case. Attorney Rebecca Wade explains the significant advantages of hiring a former public defender to take on your criminal or family law case. 1. Former public defenders have more extensiv...

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Holiday Custody for Interfaith Families Dec27

Holiday Custody for Interfaith Families

Deciding which religion to raise a child in can cause serious conflict during a between parents of different faiths. Attorney explains who gets to decide, how holiday custody for interfaith families can be balanced, and what happens if parents can’t reach an agreement. Religion and D...

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Virtual Mediation: The Solution to Your Family Law Issues During COVID-19 Mar27

Virtual Mediation: The Solution to Your Family Law Issues During COVID-19

As the nation deals with the COVID-19 pandemic, divorced or separated parents in Virginia face unique challenges now that schools are closed for the school year and courts are closed. With schools closed, ? ...

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Coronavirus and Its Impact on Child Custody Cases Apr02

Coronavirus and Its Impact on Child Custody Cases

As a parent, you may be concerned about protecting your children from COVID-19. For divorced parents, there's an added stress of coordinating precautionary measures with the other parent. In these tumultuous times, divorced parents might have a lot of questions, especially about what to do with current...

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