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My heart goes out to you. If you are reading this blog, you may be about to go through a divorce. And if you are I'm truly sorry. I know it is an emotional roller coaster. I'm sure you are feeling shock, surprise, saddness, anger, and/or despair just to name a few of the feelings you might be experiencing. Unfortunately, it is going to be a while before the emotional roller coaster stops. But it will stop. And step by step, one day at a time, life will move on and this experience will eventually just be a bad memory. You will be able to breathe again. You will be able to enjoy yourself, laugh, and make new memories. So for now just hang on and keep going. It will eventually get better.
-Rob Hagy, Charlottesville Divorce Lawyer For more help, please call me at 434.293.4562 or email me at email@example.com.
According to Virginia Code Section 8.01-271.1, every pleading, written motion, and other paper that is filed must be signed by an attorney or by a party, if the party is proceeding without an attorney. The signature constitutes a certificate that (i) the attorney or the party has read the pleading, motion, or other paper, (ii) that to the best of his or her knowledge, information and belief, formed after reasonable inquiry, it is well grounded in fact and is warranted by existing law or a good faith argument for the extension, modification, or reversal of existing law, and (iii) that it is not interposed for any improper purpose, such as to harass or to cause unnecessary delay or needless increase in the cost of litigation.
If a pleading, motion, or other paper is signed or made in violation of this rule, the court, upon motion or upon its own initiative, shall impose upon the person who signed the paper or made the motion, a represented party, or both, an appropriate sanction, which may include an order to pay to the other party or parties the amount of the reasonable expenses incurred because of the filing of the pleading, motion, or other paper or making of the motion, including a reasonable attorney's fee.
-Rob Hagy, Charlottesville Divorce Lawyer. If a frivolous divorce, support, custody or visitation case has been filed against you, please contact me at (434)293-4562 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Even though Jay Z is Solange Knowles' brother in law, they do not reside in the same home together. Therefore, she could not have been charged with domestic violence in Virginia. However, she still could have been charged with assault and battery in Virginia pursuant to Virginia Code Section 18.2-57 which covers assaults and batteries made between non-family or household members. A violation of Virginia Code Section 18.2-57 is also a Class 1 misdemeanor in Virginia.
-Rob Hagy, Charlottesville Divorce Lawyer. If you have been charged with domestic assault and battery, please contact my office for assistant at (434)293-4562 or email me at email@example.com.
In a marital dispute under Virginia’s equitable distribution and marital property statutes, the Virginia Supreme Court in the case of David v. David, held that the Virginia Court of Appeals erred in interpreting Code § 20-107.3(A)(3)(a) as placing an initial burden upon the non-owning spouse, who seeks to establish that an appreciation in the value of separate property occurring during marriage is marital property, of proving that significant personal effort during marriage or a contribution of marital property proximately caused such appreciation. This statute provides that the non-owning spouse has the burden of proving that contributions of marital property or personal effort were made and that the separate property increased in value, and the statute provides that – once this burden of proof is met – the owning spouse has the burden of proving that the increase in value or some portion thereof was not caused by such contributions of marital property or personal effort.
-Rob Hagy, Charlottesville Divorce Lawyer. For help with your property distribution needs, please contact me to schedule an appointment at (434)293-4562 or email me at (434)293-5340.
Virginia Code Section 20-108.2 This provision of Virginia law sets forth the child support guidelines-a table of reference for determining the base monthly child support obligation.
Virginia Code Section 20-124.3 This statute sets forth the factors that a court will consider in divorce proceedings, temporary proceedings, or modification proceedings to determine what custody and visitation arrangement would be best for the child or children involved.