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Prenuptial agreements and engagements

With Spring and Wedding Season Approaching, Couples are Asking “How Do I Tell My Fiancé I Want a Prenup?”

It’s the question you ask sometime between the big proposal and the walk down the aisle. “Can we get a prenuptial agreement?” It may be awkward at first, but according to Carolyn Grimes, family law attorney at Wade, Grimes, Friedman, Meinken & Leischner, PLLC, the issues in a prenuptial agreement are usually the financial issues….

High-Net-Worth Divorce: What Can We Learn from Bill and Melinda Gates’ Split?

Headlines sizzled recently with the news that mega-wealthy couple Bill and Melinda Gates plan to divorce. Family law attorney Carolyn Grimes weighs in on some of the legal issues and questions the high-profile split raises.

In The Media: Carolyn Grimes Gives Millennial Money Podcast the 411 on Prenups

First, J-Lo says yes to A-Rod’s marriage proposal, along with a million dollar engagement ring. Now, with both superstars bringing separate hundred million dollar fortunes with them into the marriage, it’s the right time for a prenuptial agreement, says Carolyn Grimes, family law attorney and partner at Wade, Grimes, Friedman, Meinken & Leischner. In an exclusive interview with Millennial Money podcast, Grimes shares insights on how to know when you need a prenup, whether you’re a celebrity or not.

What are the Benefits of Getting a Prenup?

Published October 25, 2018 by Rebecca Wade When people hear “prenup,” they often think “divorce.” And while soon-to-be-newlyweds may not want to think about getting a prenup as their wedding day approaches, the agreement can provide financial protection in the long run. What are the benefits of getting a prenuptial agreement? So what are the benefits….

Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin: Married Without a Prenup

You’ve probably heard that Bieber and Baldwin got married, which is big news. But another detail arose that created a large media buzz. The couple got married without a prenup.

Divorce

5 Tips for Talking to Your Children About Divorce

Divorce can be a painful experience for everyone involved. It’s important to remember, no matter the feelings you and your ex may have towards each other, this is also a life-changing event for your children. Talking to your children about an upcoming separation or divorce is no easy task, but with these five tips from….

High-Net-Worth Divorce: What Can We Learn from Bill and Melinda Gates’ Split?

Headlines sizzled recently with the news that mega-wealthy couple Bill and Melinda Gates plan to divorce. Family law attorney Carolyn Grimes weighs in on some of the legal issues and questions the high-profile split raises.

COVID Restrictions Are Loosening: How Does This Affect Divorced Family Vacation Plans?

The loosening of COVID travel restrictions means families can finally go on vacations that were postponed in 2020, but what happens when divorced parents have different comfort levels when it comes to traveling during a pandemic? Family Law attorney Carolyn Grimes provides insights on how to handle these custody disputes. How Have Restrictions Changed from….

Divorced Families: Who Gets the COVID-19 Dependent Stimulus Check?

The rollout of stimulus checks means more money for parents with dependents, but what happens when divorced parents disagree on who should receive the funds? Family Law attorney Carolyn Grimes has insights on how to handle stimulus check disputes. How Much Will Families with Dependents Receive For Their Stimulus Checks? Stimulus checks from the $1.9….

Understanding Divorce and Bankruptcy During COVID-19 Webinar

Beyond serious health concerns, COVID-19 is dramatically impacting every aspect of life – from marriage to finances. After so much forced togetherness, many ask if it’s possible to file for divorce while the courts are closed. Those who are already divorced or separated face unique challenges, like trying to afford child support after a sudden….

Coronavirus and Its Impact on Divorce and Spousal Separation

On top of divorce stress, coronavirus is leading to additional challenges for couples who are separated or looking to file for a divorce. Stay-at-home orders are forcing separated couples to live under the same roof. Spouses who already decided on a divorce are being left wondering whether they should file now even though courts are….

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, do I follow a summer or school custody schedule? What do I do if I can’t pay child support this month because….

Solicitando un divorcio y bancarrota: ¿Cual viene primero?

El divorcio y la bancarotta muchas veces vienen al mismo tiempo. Pero, haciendo los dos al mismo tiempo puede crear complicaciones. La abogado de bancarrota Xue Connelly explica que es mejor solicitar uno antes del otro. Sin embargo, si se declara en bancarrota o divorcio primero, depende en sus circunstancias individuales. ¿Qué complicaciones pueden surgir….

Filing for Bankruptcy and Divorce: Which Comes First?

Bankruptcy attorney Xue Connelly explains it’s often best to file and conclude one matter before moving on to the next. However, whether you file for bankruptcy or divorce first, largely depends on your individual circumstances.

How to Get a Marriage Annulled in Virginia

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 an annulment.”

Child custody and visitation

Does Smoking Marijuana Affect Child Custody in Virginia?

The recent legalization of recreational marijuana use in Virginia has raised more questions than answers, especially when it comes to civil cases like child custody proceedings. With so many legal uncertainties surrounding the new law, many are left asking “How will this affect my custody case?” From drug testing to navigating the law in varying….

COVID Restrictions Are Loosening: How Does This Affect Divorced Family Vacation Plans?

The loosening of COVID travel restrictions means families can finally go on vacations that were postponed in 2020, but what happens when divorced parents have different comfort levels when it comes to traveling during a pandemic? Family Law attorney Carolyn Grimes provides insights on how to handle these custody disputes. How Have Restrictions Changed from….

Divorced Families: Who Gets the COVID-19 Dependent Stimulus Check?

The rollout of stimulus checks means more money for parents with dependents, but what happens when divorced parents disagree on who should receive the funds? Family Law attorney Carolyn Grimes has insights on how to handle stimulus check disputes. How Much Will Families with Dependents Receive For Their Stimulus Checks? Stimulus checks from the $1.9….

How Is COVID-19 Affecting Child Custody During The School Year?

With some schools reopened and many remaining virtual, parents have to make decisions that will protect their child and establish a custodial schedule that works during these unprecedented times. As the pandemic continues to create turmoil, family law attorney Jessica Leischner shares her insights on child custody during the school year. Figure out what works….

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 custody orders. Family law attorney Rebecca Wade says….

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, do I follow a summer or school custody schedule? What do I do if I can’t pay child support this month because….

Holiday Custody for Interfaith Families

Deciding which religion to raise a child in can cause serious conflict during a divorce between parents of different faiths. Attorney Rebecca Wade 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 Divorce: Who Decides for the Child? Religion….

How Marijuana Use Impacts Child Custody Cases in Virginia

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 cases in Virginia.

Cómo Navegar Las Vacaciones De Navidad

Algunos dicen que las vacaciones de navidad es la época más maravillosa del año. Decoras el árbol, las decoraciones salen y es hora de hornear galletas. Pero para los padres divorciados que desean pasar el tiempo con sus hijos el día de Navidad, puedes ser dificial tratar el como programar una visita con el niño….

How to Navigate Child Visitation During the Holidays

Published December 20, 2018 by Rebecca Wade 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…..

Child support and alimony

Divorced Families: Who Gets the COVID-19 Dependent Stimulus Check?

The rollout of stimulus checks means more money for parents with dependents, but what happens when divorced parents disagree on who should receive the funds? Family Law attorney Carolyn Grimes has insights on how to handle stimulus check disputes. How Much Will Families with Dependents Receive For Their Stimulus Checks? Stimulus checks from the $1.9….

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, do I follow a summer or school custody schedule? What do I do if I can’t pay child support this month because….

How the Tax Reform Bill Impacts Family Law

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.

FAQ Friday – Child Support

Frequently Asked Questions About Child Support Published August 25, 2017 by Rebecca Wade 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 at Wade Grimes Friedman Meinken & Leischner, discusses these….

Domestic violence

Coronavirus and Its Impact on Domestic Violence Cases

Everyone is staying in their houses because of the coronavirus pandemic–but what happens when your home isn’t safe? The New York Times reports the pandemic raises the following questions for victims of domestic violence who need the attention of city, state and federal agencies: What do you do if you’re confined to the most terrifying….

Is It Legal to Lock Out Your Spouse in Virginia?

Published May 31, 2019 by Rebecca Wade If you’re running into conflict with your spouse, locking him or her out of the house may seem like an easy way to resolve the situation. However, as family law attorney Rebecca Wade explains — by locking out a spouse you could be breaking the law in Virginia…..

What is High-Conflict Family Law?

Published May 3, 2019 by Rebecca Wade In high-conflict family law cases, the stakes are high on all sides. Attorney Rebecca Wade explains, “high-conflict family law cases typically involve allegations of sexual or domestic violence, child abuse or neglect, substance abuse or mental health issues. If you are facing any of those allegations in court,….

No-Contact Bond Conditions in Domestic Violence Cases – FAQ Friday

In cases of domestic violence, magistrates often place as a condition of bond that the alleged aggressor is not allowed to have any form of contact with the alleged victim. Domestic violence attorney Rebecca Wade explains what that means for individuals charged with domestic violence and the potential consequences of breaking the bond condition. What….

Virginia’s “Shall Arrest” Statute Part 2 – FAQ Friday

Virginia’s “Shall Arrest” statute states that when the police are called to a residence and there is probable cause that an act of domestic violence has occurred, they “shall arrest” the primary physical aggressor. Domestic violence attorney Rebecca Wade goes into more detail on Virginia’s “Shall Arrest” statute in this week’s FAQ Friday. How do the….

¿Qué es el Estatuto de Shall Arrest de Virginia? – El Viernes FAQ

Published February 2, 2018 by Rebecca Wade 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….

What Is Virginia’s Shall Arrest Statute?

Published January 19, 2018 by Rebecca Wade Millions of people fall victim to domestic abuse in the U.S. each year. Domestic violence attorney Rebecca Wade discusses Virginia’s shall arrest statute on this week’s FAQ Friday. What is the Shall Arrest statute? “The law states that when the police are called to a residence and there is….

Órdenes de Protección Parte 2

Published December 8, 2017 by Rebecca Wade 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. “Una orden de protección es un….

Órdenes de Protección

Published December 1, 2017 by Rebecca Wade 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 emergencia, temporales y permanentes…..

FAQ Friday – Protective Orders

Published July 21, 2017 by Rebecca Wade If you’ve ever feared your safety is being threatened by another person, you may need to seek a protective order. In this week’s FAQ Friday, Wade Grimes Friedman Meinken and Leischner partner Rebecca Wade explains the difference between emergency, temporary and permanent orders.

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