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When can a legal separation lead to divorce?

Before making the ultimate decision to divorce, sometimes a couple in Leesburg will separate first. They may want to just give themselves some space to determine if they truly want to end their marriage. However, it is important to understand that there is a difference between informally separating and a legal separation should the couple ultimately decide to divorce.

Virginia raises threshold for felony theft crimes

Being convicted of a felony crime can have a significantly negative impact on a person's life. Not only will a person have to spend time in jail and pay fines, but that person will incur a criminal record that will show up on any background checks performed. This could make it difficult for that person to find housing or a job after being released from prison, putting that person's life into an even more precarious state. Needless to say, it is important that people in Virginia aren't unduly convicted of felonies.

What can be included in a premarital agreement in Virginia?

Spring is here and summer is around the corner; both popular seasons for weddings in Virginia. Many soon-to-be spouses are busy making their wedding plans. But, while they may be engrossed in planning for their big day, they should also be making plans for the fact that they will be sharing their lives together from there on out. Engaged couples assume they will be together forever, but, realistically, not every marriage will last. Some marriages will end in divorce.

How do police test for drugged driving?

Virginia has laws against DUI and drugged driving. For example, the DMV website states, "Also similar to driving under the influence of booze, those who drive high on drugs could get a DUI." The section goes on to say, "Law enforcement officers across Virginia are specially trained to recognize drugged drivers."

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