virginia custody law

VIRGINIA DIVORCE BLOG: ANNULMENT OF MARRIAGE IN VIRGINIA

In Virginia, Annulment provides parties an opportunity to dissolve one’s marriage if the marriage was invalid or voidable from its inception. In most cases, a marriage in Virginia can only be terminated by a final decree of divorce entered by a court. However, under limited circumstances, a court may grant an annulment as a way [...]

By |February 14th, 2020|Annulment, Virginia Divorce|Comments Off on VIRGINIA DIVORCE BLOG: ANNULMENT OF MARRIAGE IN VIRGINIA

DO GRANDPARENTS HAVE A RIGHT TO VISITATION WITH THEIR GRANDCHILDREN?

In Virginia a third party who is a “person with legitimate interest” may file a petition for custody or visitation of a child. Virginia law defines “person with legitimate interest” broadly to include grandparents, stepparents, former stepparents, blood relatives and family members such as aunts, uncles or adult siblings. Visitation for Grandparents in Virginia: In [...]

By |January 8th, 2020|Grandparent Custody & Visitation, Virginia Custody|Comments Off on DO GRANDPARENTS HAVE A RIGHT TO VISITATION WITH THEIR GRANDCHILDREN?