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  • How to Establish Paternity
    How to Establish Paternity

    You may be reading this information because you need help finding a Virginia family law attorney who can help you establish paternity in Virginia. Establishing Paternity in Virginia If you are married ...

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  • 2017 Changes in Virginia's Elective Share Determination
    2017 Changes in Virginia's Elective Share Determination

    Effective January 1, 2017, Virginia has made some significant changes to its probate laws, which could drastically affect the amount of your estate that will pass to your spouse upon your death if you ...

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  • What Happens if My Roommate Leaves Before Our Lease is Up?
    What Happens if My Roommate Leaves Before Our Lease is Up?

    What is a Lease and Who is a Tenant? Under the Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act , a “lease” or “rental agreement” is a written or oral agreement embodying the terms and conditions ...

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  • Three Things To Know About 3 Day Cancellation Law For Door-To-Door Sales in Virginia
    Three Things To Know About 3 Day Cancellation Law For Door-To-Door Sales in Virginia

    Before you jump and accept those “limited time offers” it is important to know your rights under the federal “Cooling Off” rule and the Virginia Home Solicitation Sales Act so that you can protect ...

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  • Can You Receive Social Security Retirement Benefits from your Ex-Spouse?
    Can You Receive Social Security Retirement Benefits from your Ex-Spouse?

    When you’re ready to retire, trying to get the most out of Social Security can seem like a daunting task. If you have gone through a divorce, this can be even more daunting. One question may be; can ...

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  • How to Modify Child Support in Virginia if Only One Child Reaches the Age of 18
    How to Modify Child Support in Virginia if Only One Child Reaches the Age of 18

    If you have multiple children and have a child support order, you will need to modify your child support for each child as he/she reaches the age of 18. How is Child Support in Virginia Calculated? ...

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