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How do I request a child support modification in Virginia?

The law in Virginia recognizes that things usually change in the years after divorce. Exes find someone new to marry, or move out of state. Children grow into teenagers, and eventually reach adulthood. One ex might go back to school and enter into a lucrative new career, while the other suffers a disabling injury and can no longer work.

How much will a DUI cost me in Virginia?

The first thing most people are concerned about when they are charged with a DUI offense is whether they need an attorney. Then, most people ask the question we've asked in our post title: How much will a DUI cost me in Virginia? In today's post, it's a question we'd like to offer an answer to.

How long will I lose my license if I get a DUI in Virginia?

Whether it's your first DUI charge or you've dealt with others in the past, it's normal to have questions about the criminal charges you're facing and the consequences you might encounter if you are convicted. Most criminal charges can have a significant impact on your life. By asking questions and getting the right answers, you will know what you could be up against down the road.

Ride-sharing services offer choices to avoid loss of license

There are a lot of Virginian's who try to do the right thing and seek a sober ride home after consuming alcoholic beverages. But on busy nights, such as during holiday celebrations or even this past Super Bowl weekend, it can be hard for some people to find a reliable or even affordable ride home.

Yes, officer, my body brews its own beer but I'm sober

Imagine that you are pulled over on the side of the road, addressing a potential issue with your vehicle when a police officer pulls up behind you. Nothing strikes you as odd during the initial conversation with the officer until they ask if you've been drinking. Why no, you respond. You haven't had anything alcoholic all day. Suspicious, though, the officer gives you a breath test. What happens next surprises you.

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