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August 2019 Archives

Police arrest suspect after chase speed reaches 115 mph

High speed car chases are routine in action movies, but they rarely occur in real life. Except in Warren County Virginia. Virginia State Police have arrested and charged a man who allegedly led officers on a chase that reached speeds of 115 mph.

A divorce can generate a wide spectrum of emotions

People in Virginia who are contemplating ending their marriages have many questions. Who will get custody of the kids? Where will I live? Will I receive alimony? Perhaps the most common question, one that rarely generates a straight answer, is "What does a divorce feel like?" A recent compilation of reactions from husbands and fathers illustrates the wide spectrum of emotions that a divorce can generate.

Defense options are available for sexual assault allegations

While facing any type of criminal allegation can be major, there are some charges that can be more life impacting than others. Take sexual assault allegations for example. This is a very serious matter, and when a person in Virginia and elsewhere is accused of forcing someone to have unconsented sex, this could result in very harsh penalties if a conviction results. Thus, it is imperative that one considers the defense options available to them.

Helping you resolve child support issues

As any parent in Virginia can attest, raising a child can be a lot of work. Although it is a very rewarding part in life, it can also be a very costly one. Thus, when parents split, it is still imperative that the child's financial needs are met. Unfortunately, this does not always naturally and willingly occur following a split or a divorce.

Does Virginia allow no-fault divorces?

Most states allow what are called "no-fault divorces." In these states, a couple can end their marriage by agreement and without proving that one or both parties engaged in conduct detrimental to the marital relationship. Virginia's divorce laws make the path to marital termination somewhat more complex.

Resolving child support disputes through mediation

One of the most difficult disputes to resolve in a divorce in Virginia are those that pertain to child support, especially if the parents will have very different financial situations after the divorce is completed. One of the most helpful methods of avoiding this problem is mediation. Parties involved in a divorce often reject the possibility of mediation because they do not understand the process. In this post, we will provide some basic information about the mediation process in order to promote a broader understanding of what it entails.

What is an ignition interlock device?

Many licensed drivers in Virginia have heard of ignition interlock devices, but they do not have a full understanding of how the devices work or when a person can be compelled to use one. Virginia's traffic code requires that any person who is convicted of a drunk driving offense must install an ignition interlock system on his or her motor vehicle for a period prescribed by the judge. In addition, the guilty party cannot operate any motor vehicle that is not equipped with an ignition interlock device. Both penalties last until any period of driving suspension has expired. The offender must provide periodic reports to the court demonstrating compliance with the court's order.

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