Virginia divorce - Title of Divorce action.
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Virginia divorce - Where to file for divorce.
The divorce may be filed for in the county or city in which the spouses last lived together, or at the option of the plaintiff; in the county or city where the defendant resides; or, if a defendant is a non-resident of Virginia, the county or city wh ... More details
Visitation and child support after a divorce.
If your ex-spouse refuses to let you see your child, can you stop paying child support? No. You must continue to pay the court awarded child support. In some states, you may have a civil lawsuit for money damages against your ex-spouse for loss of vi ... More details
Normally, the judge will give the non-custodial parent "visitation rights", which allow the parent to see the child at specific times and take the child to his or her home for certain periods of time.
Many states allow judges t ... More details
Voltaire once said.
Judge a man by his questions rather than by his answers. ... More details
Divorce is probably of nearly the same date as marriage. I believe, however, that marriage is some weeks the more ancient. ... More details
Washington divorce - Alimony maintenance spousal support.
Either spouse may be ordered to pay maintenance to the other spouse. Marital misconduct is not to be considered. The factors for consideration are:
(1) the time necessary to acquire sufficient education and training to enable the spouse ... More details
Washington divorce - Child custody.
Joint or sole child custody will be determined according to the best interests of the child. Every petition for dissolution of marriage in which a minor child is involved must include a proposed parenting plan. The parents may make an agreement regar ... More details
Washington divorce - Child support.
Either parent may be ordered to pay child support. Marital misconduct is not a factor to be considered. All relevant factors may be considered. Official child support guidelines and worksheets are available from the Washington Department of Social an ... More details
Washington divorce - General Divorce Procedure.
All divorce cases must be filed on official Washington forms. In addition, spouses must file a Washington Department of Health Certificate with the petition. Those forms are available from the Washington office of the Administrator for the Courts. Th ... More details
Washington divorce - Grounds for Washington Divorce.
The only No-fault or fault-based ground for divorce in Washington State is the irretrievable breakdown of the marriage. Revised Code of Washington Annotated; Title 26, Chapter 26.09.030]. ... More details
Washington divorce - Legal Separation.
Irretrievable breakdown of the marriage is the only ground for separation. [Revised Code of Washington Annotated; Title 26, Chapter 26.09.030]. ... More details
Washington divorce - Mediation or Counseling.
Child custody or child visitation issues in dispute will be referred to mediation. The court may order counseling for the spouses if either spouse requests counseling. A report must be requested from the counseling service within 60 days of the refer ... More details
Washington divorce - Property distribution.
Washington is a "community property" state. Each spouse retains his or her separate property, consisting of:
(1) all property acquired prior to marriage; (2) any gifts or inheritances; and (3) any increase in value of the separ ... More details
Washington divorce - Residency Requirements.
In order to file in Washington State, the spouse filing for dissolution of marriage must be a resident of Washington or a member of the Armed Forces stationed in Washington. The dissolution of marriage may be filed for in any county where either the ... More details
Washington divorce - Rights to Maiden Name.
The wife’s former name may be restored. ... More details
Washington divorce - Spouse’s name.
Upon request and for a just and reasonable cause, the wife's former or maiden name may be restored. [Revised Code of Washington Annotated; Title 26, Chapter 26.09.150]. ... More details
Washington divorce - Title of Divorce action.
Petition for Dissolution of Marriage. ... More details
Washington divorce - Where to file for divorce.
The petition for divorce is filed in the county of either spouse. ... More details
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