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Trial date set for priest accused of drunk driving

It may not seem like a big deal to have a couple drinks at a friend's house, whether it is with dinner or simply as a means to bond and relax. However, sometimes a person in Virginia who operates a motor vehicle after drinking is accused of drunk driving, which could have a major impact on their future, especially if they are in a position of leadership.

Attorneys are prepared to address your child custody issues

When married parents in Virginia divorce, or unmarried parents break-up, it not only significantly impacts their lives -- it means big changes for their child's life too. After a divorce or break-up, children must get used to living in two separate households and only being in the care of one parent at a time. This can be very stressful for a child to get through, even if the divorce or break-up is amicable. Therefore, most parents in these situations want to see that their child's best interests are protected.

Recovering from juvenile criminal charges

Adolescence is a stressful time for a range of different reasons. In addition to the pressure of impending adulthood, many teenagers struggle to fit into a social group and juggle the responsibilities of making decisions about the future. All of these factors can make adolescents vulnerable to temptations such as drug experimentation and other problematic behaviors. When this results in legal trouble, it is time to address the problem.

What are some popular methods of business valuation?

Business owners in Virginia may spend many years cultivating what was once a simple "mom and pop" operation into a large, successful business. However, the day may come when a business owner in Virginia wishes to sell his or her business. When this happens, business owners looking to sell their business will need to determine what an appropriate value of the business.

Child support for special needs children in Virginia

Figuring out child support in a divorce is a complex enough matter under any circumstances. It requires you to show financial evidence and the court to use a formula to decide on the payment amount. As you experience life changes, you can seek a modification of the original child support order.

What is the difference between agency and non-agency adoption?

Adoption is a wonderful way to grow a family in Virginia. People have many personal reasons for adopting a child. Perhaps, they are unable to conceive a child biologically, or they want to give a home to a child in need. In the end, though, adoption is a means for placing children with new parents who have the same duties to the child and the rights of parentage as the child's biological parents once held.

New DUI laws in place for commercial drivers in Virginia

Virginia drivers should be aware of the drunk driving laws in the state and their accompanying penalties if there is a conviction for DUI. Even those who are operating their vehicles as they pass through the state should know they can face various consequences for a conviction. This is especially significant for truckers whose job it is to drive across the country carrying their loads. A new law in Virginia can affect their situation and job if they are arrested and convicted of DUI while operating a commercial vehicle.

When can legal separations be converted to divorce in Virginia?

In Virginia, family law disputes do not always lead to an immediate divorce. In some instances, the couple will choose to live separately to determine if they would like to try and salvage the marriage. After sufficient time has passed, a couple has the legal right to convert the case into a divorce. There are certain criteria that must be met for this to be done. Those who are considering a legal separation or are already legally separated and would like to divorce should be aware of this aspect of family law.

Police will be looking for drunk drivers over the holidays

Summer is here, and the Fourth of July is less than a week away. Americans throughout the country, including those from Leedsburg, Virginia and the surrounding area, often celebrate the summer holiday by attending parades, fireworks displays and often barbeques and picnics with family and friends. It is not uncommon during barbeques to indulge in a few hotdogs, hamburgers and one's favorite alcoholic beverages.

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