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Monthly Archives: October 2020


Am I Entitled To Spousal Support In Loudoun County Divorce Proceedings?

By Schwartz Kalina, PLLC |

Divorce represents one of the biggest stressors you can face in life. In addition to the emotional turmoil it causes and the impacts on family and friends, there are important financial issues to consider. If your spouse was the primary breadwinner in your marriage or you relied on their income to supplement your own,… Read More »

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When a Premarital Agreement May Be Invalid in a Divorce

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Premarital agreements have become commonplace among engaged couples. Even if you do not have a significant amount of income or assets, it can help to clear the area regarding finances and expectations regarding lifestyle during your marriage. However, there is no avoiding that one of the primary purposes of premarital agreements is to protect… Read More »

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Hidden Assets In Divorce

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Regardless of the circumstances surrounding your divorce, there are legal matters between you and your spouse that must be resolved before a final divorce order can be issued. One of these involves the division of marital property. Getting what you are entitled to in your divorce settlement or order goes a long way towards… Read More »

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Divorce and the Passive-Aggressive Spouse

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Passive-aggressive behavior involves expressing anger, jealousy, resentment, and other negative emotions indirectly rather than addressing problems head on. It can wreak havoc in your marriage and is one of many factors that can cause couples to get a divorce. Unfortunately, if you are dealing with this problem with your spouse, putting an end to… Read More »

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Requesting Changes In Leesburg Child Custody Agreements

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For parents who are divorced or unmarried and living apart, child custody agreements dictate the amount of time each party gets to spend with their child. In issuing a child custody order in Loudoun County, the judge will consider numerous factors in the case. However, circumstances can change once the order is put in… Read More »

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