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Can My Ex Stop Working in Order to Stop Child Support?

Managing child support issues can be challenging, especially when your ex appears to be deliberately avoiding payments. At Safi, Duran & Chim, PLLC, we guide individuals in Fairfax and Northern Virginia through child support matters. Our experienced team is committed to providing you with the support needed to address any challenges you may face.

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Sole Custody vs. Joint Custody

Making your way through a separation or divorce is challenging, especially when children are involved. One of the most pivotal decisions during this process is determining the right custody arrangement for your family.

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Divorcing a Narcissist: Leveraging a Mental Health Exam

Divorcing a narcissist is not just a legal battle; it's an emotional and psychological war. The complexities involved in such cases often extend beyond the typical disputes over assets and custody.

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Child Custody FAQ

When it comes to parenting, few topics are as emotionally charged or complex as child custody. At Safi, Duran & Chim, PLLC, we understand that the well-being of your children is your top priority. Therefore, we’ve compiled an FAQ guide on child custody to offer clarity and guidance for parents facing these challenging circumstances.

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How Child Support Is Calculated in Virginia

Child support represents a legal obligation that aims to safeguard the financial well-being of a child following the separation or divorce of their parents. This financial support helps cover the expenses related to the child's living conditions, education, healthcare, and overall upbringing.

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Child Support FAQ

In Virginia, both parents, regardless of marital status, have an obligation to financially support their children. Each parent is responsible for a certain percentage of the total child support amount, which is determined by their income.

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How to Protect Assets From Divorce

Protecting assets and hidding assets during a divorce are two distinct concepts that are crucial to understand. When talking about hiding assets, it is an unethical and illegal practice of concealing assets from the other spouse during the divorce process.

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Prenup vs. Postnup

When it comes to safeguarding your financial future before or after saying "I do," understanding the difference between a prenuptial and postnuptial agreement is crucial. Both documents serve as a mutual understanding between spouses about asset division should the marriage dissolve, but they're signed at different times in the marital journey.

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