How an Uncontested Divorce in Virginia Works

How an Uncontested Divorce in Virginia Works

An uncontested divorce is a no-fault divorce in which both parties agree on terms. The divorce is therefore not contested and does not need to go to court to determine property separation, child custody, and alimony. As a result, uncontested divorces are generally...
Are Divorce Records Public in Virginia?

Are Divorce Records Public in Virginia?

Divorce records are part of vital records in the state of Virginia which include birth, marriage, and death records. Although these records aren’t immediately available to the public once they are created, all of them will become available after a certain period of...
Common FAQs in 2022 on Virginia Uncontested Divorces

Common FAQs in 2022 on Virginia Uncontested Divorces

Getting a divorce can be a stressful time, and it’s understandable that you’d have questions about how the process works and how a divorce will impact you financially. Let’s take a look at some of the most commonly asked questions about uncontested divorce in Virginia...
5 Reasons to Consider a Prenup

5 Reasons to Consider a Prenup

A prenuptial agreement is a contract signed by both spouses before getting married.  With a prenup, both parties can detail items, assets, or debts that will be theirs should the marriage end. A prenuptial agreement means the couple will not be subject to state laws...