How to Enforce a Spousal Support Order

Many divorces include an order for spousal support in order for the spouse with the lesser income to maintain the standard of living of the former marriage. Sometimes spousal support is for a defined duration for the spouse to become financially independent. However, sometimes the spouse ordered to pay support refuses to do so once the divorce is finalized. In this situation, an experienced Virginia divorce attorney Read More

How to Handle a Messy Divorce

Many Virginia divorces are not amicable and very contentious. In some cases a divorce can be downright messy between a couple. Thankfully, there are steps that you can take to help handle a messy divorce in Virginia, and at Select Law Partners, PLLC our team is prepared to help. To learn more about the wide range of services offered to our Virginia divorce clients, call or contact our office today to schedule a Read More

Essential Documents in an Estate Plan

No one likes to think about their own passing, but drafting the essential documents for an estate plan is one of the best things that you can do for yourself and your loved ones. An estate plan brings peace of mind that your family will be taken care of after you are gone and that your final wishes regarding your estate as well as your medical care will be heard. At Select Law Partners, PLLC , our team of highly Read More

What to Look For in a Family Law Attorney

Family law matters are often difficult, emotional, and stressful issues that can fundamentally alter the lives of you and your loved ones. There are some specific things that you should look for when deciding which family law attorney is right for you. To learn more, call or contact the skilled lawyers at Select Law Partners, PLLC today to schedule a consultation of your case. A Specific Focus on Family Law The first Read More

How Long Do You Have to Pay Spousal Support?

A common issue that is litigated in many Virginia divorce cases is the payment of spousal support from the higher earning spouse to the lesser earning spouse during and after divorce proceedings. One of the most common questions our office fields from spouses is how long do you have to pay spousal support once the divorce is finalized, and the answer is that it depends on the type of support awarded as well as the Read More

Who Should be the Executor of An Estate?

An important part of creating an estate plan is deciding who will handle the issues of your estate and the probate process. Known as an executor or personal representative, the person or entity chosen is responsible for ensuring that your final wishes are adhered to and that your loved ones receive the inheritance you wish for them in your estate plan. At Kurylo, Gold & Josey our knowledgeable estate planning Read More

Social Media and Divorce

Social media is part of our modern culture and is almost impossible to avoid. While there are still some people who do not post anything on social media, most people use Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram as a way to vent their personal and private frustrations. Divorces are no different, and when one spouse takes to social media, it is possible that the information they share with the world can be used against them in Read More

Contested Divorce vs. Uncontested Divorce

The common misconception is that every divorce in the United States always has to become a bitter battle between spouses that disagree on everything from child support calculations, child visitation schedules, spousal support, and the division of marital assets. However, if both partners are willing to work together, they can have an uncontested divorce and reduce the cost and time involved in the divorce process. Read More

How to Avoid a Messy Divorce in Virginia

If you are considering a divorce, you may be hesitating because you do not want to have the messy divorces you have seen your friends or others experience in real life. Divorces are often stressful and overwhelming. However, there are certain steps you can take to avoid a messy divorce in the state of Virginia. While divorce is not pleasant for either party, taking these steps may help you avoid some common Read More

Writing a Will in VA

If you are considering estate planning, you may be curious about how some common documents are created and executed. There are several legal requirements to keep in mind when considering writing a will in VA. Learn more about how you can write a will that will be legally valid in order to ensure and protect your legal rights to pass on your assets and property to your beneficiaries.  Four Requirements for a Valid Read More