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Child Support In Virginia: Common Types Of Covered Expenses

By Schwartz Kalina, PLLC |

Raising a child is expensive. If you are separated from the other parent or in the process of ending your marriage, one of the top priorities is ensuring your children are provided for in the aftermath. Obtaining a child support order in Loudoun County is the most effective way to ensure you get the… Read More »

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Protecting Your Retirement Plans After A Virginia Divorce

By Schwartz Kalina, PLLC |

Going through a divorce in Loudoun County can be overwhelming. With all you are dealing with, it is easy to lose sight of the future and how divorce-related decisions could impact you for years to come. Our Loudoun County divorce attorney explains how this is particularly true when it comes to retirement benefits and… Read More »

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How Social Media Can Impact Your Loudoun County Family Court Case

By Schwartz Kalina, PLLC |

Scrolling through posts and sharing on social media sites such as Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok is a popular hobby. It provides a way to keep in touch with family and friends, stay on top of the latest trends, or even promote a business. Unfortunately, as it has become increasingly popular, there are some legal… Read More »

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Can I Refuse To Consent To A Divorce In Loudoun County?

By Schwartz Kalina, PLLC |

When your spouse decides they want a divorce, it can come as a total shock.  Even if you knew your marriage was in trouble or your spouse was up to no good, you may not be willing to walk away from the relationship just yet. Unfortunately, refusing to consent to a divorce in Loudoun… Read More »

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Making Parenting Time Arrangements In Virginia

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For parents, spending as much time as possible with their children and ensuring all of their needs are met are top priorities. This can prove difficult when a divorce prevents you from living in the same home. Child custody in Virginia often involves making parenting time arrangements. Our Virginia family attorney explains more about… Read More »

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Spousal Support In Virginia: How It Can Help You Recover From A Virginia Divorce

By Schwartz Kalina, PLLC |

Going through a divorce can be devastating. In addition to the emotional impacts, there may be serious concerns over how you will financially recover and support yourself in the aftermath. Spousal support may be an option. Our Virginia spousal support lawyer explains more about your rights to these payments in a Virginia divorce and… Read More »

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Living Together While Getting A Divorce In Virginia

By Schwartz Kalina, PLLC |

For couples who are considering ending their marriage, the current economy and the high cost of housing can make living separate and apart from each other difficult. It can also complicate childcare arrangements, resulting in additional expenses. In light of these difficulties, some divorcing spouses are opting to continue living together instead. Our Virginia… Read More »

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Considering A Divorce In Virginia? Use Our Checklist

By Schwartz Kalina, PLLC |

Dealing with the breakup of your marriage and going through a divorce in Virginia can be a confusing and chaotic time in your life. With so many different issues to address, it is easy to lose track of important details. Unfortunately, this can have a major impact on your case. Getting organized should be… Read More »

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Equitable Distribution: Your Rights To Marital Assets In A Virginia Divorce

By Schwartz Kalina, PLLC |

Over the years you spent together, you and your spouse may have accumulated significant assets. Property such as homes, cars, collectibles, and shares in businesses and investments can represent significant amounts of money. You are entitled to a fair share of all marital property and assets in the event you decide to get a… Read More »

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Dealing With The Holidays When Getting Divorced In Virginia

By Schwartz Kalina, PLLC |

There is never a ‘good time of year’ to get a divorce in Virginia, but the holidays can make divorce proceedings particularly difficult. Holiday plans are likely to be dramatically different this year, and it is natural to feel hurt, angry, sad, or other complex emotions as a result. Take comfort in knowing you… Read More »

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