Part of the property division process is disclosing all of your assets and income. This is because in Virginia each spouse has the right to retain an equitable share of all the couple's marital assets. However, a divorce can cause bitter feelings and sometimes a spouse will act out of greed or spite and try to conceal assets or sources of income from their ex.
As medical advancements increase the average lifespan and the number of gray divorces rises, it should come as no surprise that the online dating opportunities for seniors have expanded.
Our nation's service members deserve to be honored for the sacrifices they make for this country. Events such as deployment in protection of our nation are important and noble, but if a service member in Virginia or elsewhere has a spouse, a long deployment can take its toll on his or her marriage. Sometimes a military spouse's marital problems become too great, and they decide it is best to divorce.
Children in Virginia deserve to have the financial support of both parents. When a child's parents are divorced, generally this means the noncustodial parent will pay child support to the custodial parent to help contribute to the costs of raising the child. In this way, both parents are meeting the child's needs, so the child can grow up in a healthy and stable environment.
The death of a loved one can be devastating. However, there may be a silver lining if the deceased left a substantial inheritance to you. When it comes to divorce and inheritance in Virginia, in general, an inheritance is considered to be separate property. This means that should a person divorce, their inheritance will go to them and will not be subject to the division of marital property. However, an inheritance may be considered marital property subject to division if it has comingled with marital assets or has been used for marital purposes.