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Many people are confused about what steps to take regarding separation and/or divorce. Meeting with the attorney for the first time can be intimidating.
If you are trying to get your spouse to pay for your attorney’s fees, this article addresses issues that arise in divorce for pendente lite or the award of attorney’s fees.
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In Virginia, a divorce may be granted on the no-fault grounds of living separate and apart without any cohabitation and without interruption for one year, or six months, if there are no children of the marriage.
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