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Who is most worried about property division in Virginia?

When you file for divorce in a Virginia family court, you must agree to certain terms of settlement. If you and your spouse disagree on an issue, such as property division, the judge overseeing your case can intervene on your behalf to make the necessary decisions. There are certain types of issues that tend to cause people to worry in divorce.

Divorce: Many celebrity spouses regret not signing prenups

When a Virginia couple marries, both parties typically do so expecting that their relationship will last a lifetime. It is no secret, however, that this is not always the case, as many marriages end in divorce in this state and throughout the country. Some people are resistant to the idea of signing prenuptial agreements before they wed although many celebrity spouses who have failed to do so and later divorced say they regret their decisions.

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