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    John C. Whitbeck, Jr. practices in the following areas of law: Family Law, Divorce, Child Custody, Child Support, Visitation Rights, Adoptions, Spousal Support, Mediation, Arbitration, Relocation Cases, Domestic Violence, Criminal Law, DUI/DWI, Reckless Driving, All Felonies, All Misdemeanors, Juvenile Crimes, Mental Health Law, Civil and Business Litigation, Construction Litigation, Education Law, Election Law, Debt Collection, Consumer and Lemon Law.

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    Ruth M. McElroy practices in the following areas of law: Family law, Divorce, Child Custody, Child Support, Visitation Rights, Adoptions, Spousal Support, Relocation Cases, Pre and Post Marital Agreements, Domestic Violence, Reckless Driving, DUI/DWI, Juvenile Crimes, Felony and Misdemeanor Crimes, Traffic Offenses, Debt Collection, Civil and Business Litigation. She serves the Virginia Court system as a Guardian ad litem.

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    Jennifer D. Cisneros practices in the following areas of law: Family law, Divorce, Child Custody, Child Support, Visitation Rights, Adoptions, Spousal Support, Relocation Cases, Domestic Violence, Juvenile Crimes, Reckless Driving, DUI/DWI, Estate Planning, Wills and Probate, Trusts, Civil and Business Litigation and Debt Collection.

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Tag Archives: Virginia Cohabitation Agreements

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What Does Cohabitation Mean in Relation to Spousal Support?

By Whitbeck Cisneros McElroy PC |

Having to pay your ex-spouse alimony can be a hard pill to swallow, particularly if the court orders you to pay spousal support indefinitely. If you divorced relatively young, this means you could have an additional monthly bill for decades. However, even indefinite alimony can come to an end. Virginia law §20-109 allows you… Read More »

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Cohabitation Agreements in Virginia

By Whitbeck Cisneros McElroy PC |

When a marriage ends, spouses are afforded a number of rights that enable them to separate their finances and personal lives equitably. Virginia law tries to ensure that one spouse does not walk away from a divorce in a considerably better position than other. It also provides power to the courts to make decisions… Read More »

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