Communication After Adoption

Children are placed for adoption for a number of reasons and sometimes it may be in the best interest of the child to keep them in contact with the Placing Parents (birth parents). In the past, a good number of adoptions were done by keeping both sets of parents anonymous. However, when they did know each other the Adoptive Parents and the Placing Parents would enter into a good faith agreement. This good faith agreement was basically a verbal handshake that could not be enforced. So, if an Adoptive Parent failed to adhere to the agreement there was little a Placing Parent could do. Now as more and more adoptions are open, there is a more enforceable option that both parties can enter into t

Are You Eligible for Expungement in Virginia?

In this new age of technology and turning directly to the internet for answers, people are able to post questions to various websites and wait for lawyers to respond. This is fine, and a much better way to get information than a google search that may produce an answer that is not from a lawyer and may be incorrect. However, if you decide to post your question, remember this – Do Not Post Specific Details That Can Identify You! As these sites, while posted anonymously, are open to the public and anyone and everyone, i.e. the Police, the Commonwealth Attorney, whoever happens to be on the other side, can have access to that post and you do NOT want to be making any kind of public admission th

What Types of Debts can be Discharged in a Virginia Bankruptcy?

You just got laid off from your job. You owe hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt. You try to pay down your loans, but all you do is dig a hole deeper and deeper into debt. Should you consider bankruptcy? Bankruptcy has helped many Virginians start over financially because it enables many of their debts to be erased for good and gives them a fresh start. However, it is important to understand that bankruptcy is not a magic cure for all your debt. While most debts can be discharged in bankruptcy, some debts will remain. Read on to learn more about how bankruptcy will affect your debts. Types of Bankruptcy The type of bankruptcy you choose determines the debts that can be discharged. Most

What is an Uncontested Divorce?

Couples who fully agree on every aspect of the divorce may qualify for an uncontested divorce or no-fault divorce. This includes child custo

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