HOW TO ANSWER DISCOVERY REQUESTS IN VIRGINIA This article will provide some answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about how to answer discovery requests received by the attorneys at The Hopkins Law Firm: What are discovery requests? Discovery requests are questions that are issued in civil or criminal matters to receive answers …

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CAN I CONTACT MY SPOUSE’S LAWYER IN VIRGINIA? During the divorce process, communication from both parties is crucial. However, if you have a lawyer representing your interests, you cannot contact your spouse’s lawyer. Therefore, before making contact, it is important to know that there are rules governing these communications, such as: Who is involved? The …

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DIVORCE AND HEALTH INSURANCE IN VIRGINIA A major concern of many couples in the process of dissolving their marriages is health insurance. This article will address concerns frequently expressed to the attorneys at The Hopkins Law Firm. If I am separated does my spouse have to maintain my insurance? When parties begin living separately to …

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HOW DO I DRESS FOR COURT IN VIRGINIA? Legal matters can be incredibly stressful depending upon the circumstances, often making your wardrobe the least of your concerns. This article will help you choose the right outfit. What to Wear When choosing your court room outfit, keep the following tips in mind: Dress like you are …

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WHAT IS CONSIDERED SEPARATE PROPERTY IN A DIVORCE IN VIRGINIA? In Virginia, anything acquired premaritally, which can clearly be traced into one party’s separate name, is their separate property or responsibility. If this premarital property was comingled during the marriage, it may become eligible for division. Let’s discuss what this means: Examples of Separate Property …

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