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Why Thanksgiving is a peak time for drinking

If you are asked to name the holiday that results in the most drinking and drinking-related charges, you might list New Year's Eve or the Fourth of July. However, for many people, the extended Thanksgiving weekend is right up there with these other holidays.

Compensation for wrongly incarcerated people

Not all states provide compensation for those who have dealt with wrongful incarceration, but Virginia does. It is a possibility, but not a right, for those who have overturned convictions. The reasons for the reversal can be innumerable, including improper police procedures, but not all will result in compensation.

2 ways to lessen the impact of a DUI charge

You may be aware of how dangerous it is for you to drink and drive in Virginia. But you may not realize how few drinks it takes for you to become intoxicated and end up with a BAC over the legal limit. And if you happen to have a car accident that ends in someone's death, you could end up with a felony DUI charge

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.

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.

Co-parenting tips: How to make it work

Once the divorce is over, the assets are split and the children have adjusted to their new normal, it is up to the parents to ensure that co-parenting works. You may have divorced your spouse, but your children are still your responsibility and part of your life.

What happens to your mortgage after divorce?

Divorcing means that you split your entire life from your spouse. Children, friends, assets and debts are just a few examples of the things that must be separated as you end your marriage. If you own a home and there are two names on the mortgage, you must decide what to do with the home and any equity in it.

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