Parental abduction can be traumatizing for both the children and their legal guardians. Unfortunately, Virginia parents seeking the return of internationally abducted children may face a long and complicated legal process.
When divorce threatens their grandchildren’s best interests, Virginia grandparents are often willing to step up to serve as primary caregivers. These grandparents may face financial strain both during and after the battle for custody.
During the dissolution of a long-lasting marriage, Virginia baby boomers may find themselves facing an uncertain future as retirement and insurance plans are brought to the table for distribution. Here are a few important financial items seniors should consider in order to maintain health coverage and quality of life after divorce.
When marriage comes to an end, Virginia spouses should expect equitable distribution of assets, including offshore accounts. In the past, many foreign accounts have been sheltered from both taxation and division during divorce, but a federal crackdown has made these assets harder to hide.