Solomon H. Ashby Jr.

An accomplished trial lawyer, Solomon Ashby, has over 25 years of experience litigating in circuit courts across the state of Virginia, federal distr

  • Government
  • Civil Rights
  • Car Accident
  • Wrongful Death
  • Personal Injury
  • Slip and Fall Accident
  • Corporate Law

Tameka W. Robinson

  • Family
  • Litigation
  • Personal Injury
  • Trusts and Estates
  • Criminal

Karen M Anderson Holman

Karen M. Anderson Holman, Esq. Karen is licensed to practice law in the Superior and Inferior Courts of the Commonwealth of Virginia. She earned her

  • Adoption
  • Uncontested Divorce
  • Prenuptial Agreements
  • Divorce
  • Child Support
  • Child Custody
  • Family

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What are a father’s rights in a Richmond divorce and custody case?

I’m a father and I want to know my rights in a divorce and custody case. The mother is asking for alimony and full custody of our kids. I don’t agree with either of those things. She can get a job and support herself and I’m a good dad who should at least have 50/50 custody. What rights do I have to fight alimony and get shared custody of my kids? I’ve heard that courts in Virginia always favor the mom and men are required to pay alimony if they make more money than the wife. I need an aggressive lawyer who understands father’s rights and will fight for me in court.
Published on 03/08/21
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Can a prenup divide assets based on how long you stay married?

I went through a bad divorce and didn’t have a prenup. I lost a lot of the assets I spent years working for. I’m engaged to marry again and I want to protect what I have from that same situation if the marriage doesn’t work. My fiancé and I have talked about doing a prenup that lets me keep everything I have if we divorce within the first 5 years of marriage, but gradually gives my fiancé/wife more interest the longer we are married. Is it legal to put these kinds of terms in a prenup and can my fiancé and I draft it ourselves or should we have a lawyer do it?
Published on 03/08/21
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