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Addressing different support concerns during a divorce

There are many different types of support issues that may come up during the divorce process. The family law system provides important resources to help guide divorcing spouses through their divorce and address their child support and spousal support concerns.

Help with the adoption process

There is a lot that potential parents and families should know and understand about the adoption process. Adoption is an option to consider that can help families get started or to grow which is why it is worth it to be familiar with the process and also how to ensure all of the necessary legal technicalities that are part of the adoption process are taken care of.

What is a sex offender registry?

A concern that accused individuals facing sex crimes charges may have is if they will have to register with a sex offender registry and what that means. Anyone facing sex crimes charges should understand what a sex offender registry is and the potential impacts of sex crimes allegations and charges.

When can I challenge a Breathalyzer test?

Breathalyzer tests can be challenged under certain circumstances and accused individuals should know what those circumstances are. To produce reliable and accurate results, Breathalyzer tests must be properly maintained and calibrated and if they are not, it may be possible to challenge drunk driving charges that are based on a Breathalyzer test.

What is expungement?

Expungement, also sometimes referred to as expunction, can be critically important to individuals who have been convicted of a crime, which is why they should be familiar with the expunction process. Many understandable questions may come up related to the expungement process that convicted individuals should ensure they have answers to.

How is child support calculated in Virginia?

The manner of how child support is calculated in Virginia is important to both divorcing parents and unmarried parents. Those who will pay child support will want to know how to anticipate the child support obligation they will have and those who will receive child support will also want to know what to anticipate they will receive in child support. Fortunately, child support guidelines can help divorcing couples through their child support concerns.

Methods of challenging field sobriety tests

Understanding how DUI charges are brought, and how to challenge them when necessary, is important for any accused individual to be aware of. Both breath tests and field sobriety tests may form the basis of DUI charges and there are options to challenge both that the accused individuals should be familiar with, especially if the charges the accused individual is facing are based on a field sobriety test.

How business valuation is handled during property division

Property division during divorce may not always be as straightforward as the divorcing couple would like. When complex or high-value assets, such as a business, are involved, there can be challenges divorcing couples should be prepared for so that they can take them head on and protect their interests.

What are ignition interlock devices?

Ignition interlock devices are a requirement that individuals accused of driving while under the influence may face. Because of the impact and costs associated with having an ignition interlock device on your vehicle, accused drivers facing DUI charges should be familiar with how ignition interlock devices work.

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