The Pre-Trial Process including Discovery

April 10, 2019 — Patty J. Baker, Paralegal

After a divorce, support, or custody case is filed in the court, clients are often surprised when they receive discovery requests from opposing counsel. Even though you talk about the […] Read more

Custody Arrangements: We Can Be More Creative

January 9, 2019 — Adam D. Rellick, Esquire

​When a child’s parents separate, decisions must be made about legal custody (decision making) and the child’s schedule. Both must be decided “in the best interest of the child,” whether […] Read more

Divorce and the Healing Arts

January 3, 2019 — Andrea R. Stiles, Esquire

When clients come to me they are usually at their worst. They are worried about child custody, visitation, support, and property division. They don’t know if they can keep their […] Read more

Premarital Agreements and Second Marriages; Avoid a Legacy of Hate by Careful Planning

November 17, 2017 — Robert E. Henley III

Bob Henley was quoted in the October 2017 issue of Boomer Magazine: Second marriages are increasingly the norm in our society. If both spouses have children by prior marriages there […] Read more

Andrea Stiles Promotes Collaborative Law on WTVR’s “Virginia This Morning” Show

June 29, 2014 — wpengine

Andrea Stiles was interviewed by local CBS affiliate (WTVR Channel 6) producer Jessica Noll about the topic of collaborative divorce. Ms. Stiles talked about the process and benefits to children […] Read more

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