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When a Premarital Agreement May Be Invalid in a Divorce

By Schwartz Kalina, PLLC |

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

By Schwartz Kalina, PLLC |

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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Four Major Issues That Must Be Resolved in Your Divorce Case

By Schwartz Kalina, PLLC |

It is painful to endure the breakup of a marriage and to contemplate actually obtaining a divorce in Leesburg. During this difficult time there are still practical matters that must be resolved before you receive a divorce decree. These could impact your wellbeing and your relationships with others for years into the future. The… Read More »

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Coronavirus Pandemic Continues To Impact Leesburg Divorce Cases

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In Leesburg, life is slowly beginning to return to normal in the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic. Stores, restaurants, and other service providers are in Phase 2 of reopening while government offices and agencies have resumed normal business. Couples who may have considered getting a divorce in the previous months but delayed filing due… Read More »

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Putting Children First In Child Custody Arrangements

By Schwartz Kalina, PLLC |

Issues pertaining to children are among the most contentious dealt with in divorce. Negotiating with the other parent can be difficult but is generally necessary for working out child custody agreements. Alongside ensuring your parental rights are protected, the top priority is your child’s best interests. The following details some of the factors judges… Read More »

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How Are Marital Property and Assets Divided In A Virginia Divorce?

By Schwartz Kalina, PLLC |

After spending years or perhaps decades with your partner, you may have accumulated significant amounts of property and assets with your partner. Determining who gets what is an important part of Leesburg divorce proceedings. The following details common types of marital property and assets which will be included in any final settlements or orders,… Read More »

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Do I Need a Court Order For Child Support in Virginia?

By Schwartz Kalina, PLLC |

Parents have a moral obligation to provide for their children. In the state of Virginia, they have a legal obligation as well. In cases where the parents are divorced or unmarried and no longer living together, a formal child support order helps to ensure this obligation is met. If you have been hesitant in… Read More »

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Do I Need Grounds For Divorce in Virginia?

By Schwartz Kalina, PLLC |

Work and family pressures, health problems, and disagreements over money or other important issues can take a heavy toll on your relationship. In some cases, time apart from one another helps to gain some much needed perspective. In other situations, it makes it even more obvious that ending the marriage is inevitable. If you… Read More »

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