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Parental Alienation and Child Custody Proceedings In Virginia

By Schwartz Kalina, PLLC |

In cases involving single parents and those going through a divorce, child custody is often a hotly contested issue. While the primary goal should be protecting your child’s best interests, the other parent may be more concerned with protecting themselves and the role they see themselves playing in the child’s life. This can lead… Read More »

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Divorce and The COVID-19 Pandemic: Five Common Issues That May Arise In Your Case

By Schwartz Kalina, PLLC |

COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc in Virginia, disrupting our daily lives and impacting all our activities. For couples contemplating a divorce in Leesburg, the pandemic may appear to throw a monkey wrench into your plans. However, there is no reason to remain in an unhappy marriage or otherwise compromise divorce goals. The following details… Read More »

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Warning Signs of An Impending Divorce

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Every couple goes through the occasional rocky patch in their marriage. In some cases, the parties involved are able to reconcile any issues while keeping their relationship intact. In others, problems do not go away and eventually one or the other considers filing for a divorce. While facing the fact that your marriage is… Read More »

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Dividing Assets and Debts In a Loudoun County Divorce

By Schwartz Kalina, PLLC |

If you are going through a divorce in Leesburg, you know first hand the havoc it can wreak with your finances. While dealing with reductions in income and making the adjustment to living on your own is hard enough, having to divide assets you spent years accumulating over the course of your marriage makes… Read More »

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My Spouse Asked for a Divorce. What Should I Do?

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Even after spending years together as a couple, it is easy to miss the signs that your marriage is in trouble. As a result, it may come as a shock when your spouse asks for a divorce. Whether this request seems to come out of nowhere, after a lengthy period of marital problems, or… Read More »

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October Was Domestic Violence Awareness Month

By Schwartz Kalina, PLLC |

Each year, Domestic Violence Awareness Month is held during October. The goal is to shed light on a troubling and unfortunately common problem. People who experience domestic violence often feel isolated and ashamed to tell their family or friends. Our Leesburg divorce attorneys hope that by calling attention to the issues, we can encourage… Read More »

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Common Issues That Could Impact Child Custody In Leesburg

By Schwartz Kalina, PLLC |

When it comes to your children, your primary concern as a parent is making sure they are safe and protected. For divorced parents and those who are unmarried and living apart, this can prove challenging. Child custody orders protect the rights of each party in being active and involved in the child’s life. However,… Read More »

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Financial Abuse: What Is it And How It Impacts Divorce In Virginia

By Schwartz Kalina, PLLC |

Money problems are at the heart of many marital disagreements and are a leading factor in divorce. Financial abuse, in which your partner deprives you of access to funds and takes other actions that threaten your financial security, is another matter. Considered a type of domestic violence, it can end up having major impacts… Read More »

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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

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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