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  • Can Personality Changes be Grounds for Divorce?

    Researchers may have hit upon one factor explaining many Northern Virginia divorces: Personality Evolution. The longest personality study ever conducted confirms that people change so dramatically as they grow older that they often bear almost no resemblance to their younger selves. In 1950, researchers at the University of Edinburgh asked teachers to assess six specific […] The post Can Personali...

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  • How Current Political Tensions are Impacting Marriages

    Politics have always been a hot button issue, but the current divisions in our country seem especially pronounced.  A new national poll from Wakefield Research indicates that the tense political environment, particularly differing views over President Trump’s election and platforms, is causing rifts in marriages and relationships like never before. Curran Moher Weis managing partner […] The post H...

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  • Acceptable Grounds for Divorce in Virginia

    There are three main players involved in your divorce: you, your spouse, and the Commonwealth of Virginia. Just as Virginia has laws about getting married, it also has certain criteria for officially ending a marriage. Among other legal considerations, you cannot simply leave your spouse, gather your things, and immediately tell the court you need […] The post Acceptable Grounds for Divorce in Vir...

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  • Curran Moher Weis Contributes to Record Year for Heroes vs. Villains 5K

    On April 23, the Curran Moher Weis team was out in full force, participating for the 5th year in a row in the Fairfax Law Foundation’s Heroes vs. Villains Run for Justice! It was an incredibly successful year, with 450 registered runners and a record level of sponsorship money raised. Here are just a few […] The post Curran Moher Weis Contributes to Record Year for Heroes vs. Villains 5K appeared ...

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  • Curran Moher Weis Sponsors Heroes vs. Villains Run for Justice for 5th Consecutive Year

    While our firm focuses primarily on helping local families navigate the difficulties of divorce and family-related legal issues, we also recognize the importance of supporting and giving back to our community. For the fifth year in a row, on Sunday, April 23, Curran Moher Weis will be sponsoring the Fairfax Law Foundation’s 6th Annual Heroes […] The post Curran Moher Weis Sponsors Heroes vs. Villa...

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  • A Farewell Message from Andrew Harman, Esq.

    Many of you know that I served as an infantryman in the Marine Corps earlier in life. As it turns out, I could never shake the urge to get back into uniform. Effective Friday, April 21, I will be leaving Curran Moher Weis to join the U.S. Army’s Judge Advocate General’s Corps on active duty. I […] The post A Farewell Message from Andrew Harman, Esq. appeared first on Fairfax Virginia Family Lawyer...

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  • 3 Keys to a “Successful” Virginia Divorce

    The late and highly respected attorney Betty Thompson, a monumental force in modernizing Virginia family law, was known for telling clients at their initial consultations that “the only won cases are cases resolved out of court.” Having clerked for her during law school, that phrase has stuck with me ever since. Each case is different […] The post 3 Keys to a “Successful” Virginia Divorce appeared...

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  • Children’s Testimony in Custody Cases

    One of the biggest dilemmas that both family law attorneys and parents face in custody cases is whether a child should testify in the custody trial.  Some parents want to shield their child from the court process regardless of the circumstances, while others want to give their child a voice – particularly if the child […] The post Children’s Testimony in Custody Cases appeared first on Fairfax Vir...

  • UPDATE: Adultery, “Crimes Against Nature,” and the Fifth Amendment in Virginia

    I originally wrote my article on adultery in Virginia in 2006 and updated it for publication in Virginia Family Law News in 2009. Since that time many prospective clients (and more than a few fellow attorneys) have contacted me to discuss the rather thorny legal issues that have surrounded the issue of adultery in Virginia. The […] The post UPDATE: Adultery, “Crimes Against Nature,” and the Fifth ...

  • In-House Separation in Virginia – How do you do it?

    You may know that you and your spouse must live separately for a period of time (either six months or a year, depending on the circumstances) before you qualify for a no-fault divorce in Virginia.  But must you and your spouse live in separate households before or during a pending divorce to qualify as being […] The post In-House Separation in Virginia – How do you do it? appeared first on Fairfax...

  • Will Adultery Impact My Security Clearance?

    It sometimes seems that nearly every government employee or military officer working in Arlington, Alexandria, Fairfax, and/or Loudoun Counties has some form of top secret security clearance. As a result, I am often asked “will my divorce affect my employment” or, more commonly, “could committing adultery impact my security clearance?” The answer typically is: it depends on […] The post Will Adult...

  • 3 Strategies to Keep Your Virginia Divorce Out of Court

    Everyone has heard the horror stories of divorce. Perhaps you have a friend who had to liquidate a child’s college fund to pay for his attorney. Another spent the better part of two years battling over custody of a young child. Yet another got an unfair decision from a “bad” judge. The stories are countless. […] The post 3 Strategies to Keep Your Virginia Divorce Out of Court appeared first on Fai...

  • Hiding Assets in a Virginia Divorce is a Game No One Wins

    In anticipation of a divorce, most attorneys will advise their clients to gather financial documents and make a detailed list of their assets. Attorneys may even advise a client to secure up to 50% of the couple’s liquid assets (e.g., transferring money from a joint account to an individual one). The rationale behind this aggressive […] The post Hiding Assets in a Virginia Divorce is a Game No One...

  • Divorce and the Holidays: Tips from Curran Moher Weis

    As the Christmas and New Year holidays are fast approaching, you want to be able to enjoy the holidays with your children and other loved ones.  If you are divorced with children or in the midst of a divorce with children, the holidays can be a very stressful time.  The last thing that anyone wants […] The post Divorce and the Holidays: Tips from Curran Moher Weis appeared first on Fairfax Virgini...

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