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Can You Get a Divorce Without the Other Person Signing in Virginia?

When most couples get divorced, it’s normal for both spouses to see it coming. Between disagreements, changes in lifestyle, and a host of other factors, many couples can tell when a marriage is drawing to an end. But there may be times when one spouse is ready for a divorce and the other isn’t. If… Read more

Uncontested Divorce

What Counts as Being Separated in Virginia?

When you and your spouse decide to get a divorce, you’ll likely want to start living apart. This is known as separation and it’s a required step in the divorce process. It shows the court that you and your spouse are serious about ending your marriage and the state typically requires that you and your… Read more


Amanda Rieman Featured on Nancy Grace!

Amanda Rieman of AC Rieman Law was recently featured on Nancy Grace to provide information on the local community and legal perspective from a recent local case. This appearance is one in a long line of television appearances for Attorney Rieman. Check out the full video below, and see Amanda’s other guest features here.

Uncontested Divorce

Do You Have to Go to Court for Uncontested Divorce in Virginia?

If you’re like most people, you assume that you have to go to court when you file for divorce. And while this may be the case for many divorces, uncontested divorces work a bit differently. Uncontested divorces are considered no-fault divorces and couples are free to determine their own divorce settlement with the help of… Read more

Uncontested Divorce

Bankruptcy and Uncontested Divorce: What You Need to Know

Filing for an uncontested divorce is a great way to streamline the divorce process and help you and your spouse move on more quickly. It’s ideal for spouses who are already in agreement on the terms of the divorce and who are confident in their ability to negotiate throughout the process. But if your spouse… Read more

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High Net Worth Uncontested Divorces: Things to Keep in Mind as You Go

Divorce is a difficult time for any couple, but the process can be especially challenging for high-net-worth couples looking to terminate their marriage. There are more assets to go through, more agreements to make, and more fine print to negotiate. But just because high-net-worth divorces are more complex doesn’t mean they’re not eligible for uncontested… Read more

Uncontested Divorce

How to Prepare for Your Uncontested Divorce

Uncontested divorces are ideal for couples who agree that a divorce is in their best interest and who can agree on the terms of the divorce without relying on the court. These divorces tend to take less time to complete and often can save you and your spouse money. While they’re typically easier than traditional… Read more

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Does Virginia Require Separation Before You Can Get Divorced?

Making the decision to pursue a divorce is a big step, whether you’re planning on a traditional divorce or want to file for an uncontested divorce. But before many couples formally file for divorce, they must first separate. Filing for legal separation is something you can do, but is it a necessary step before you… Read more

Uncontested Divorce

Will an Uncontested Divorce Work for My Situation?

When you and your spouse decide to divorce, you have two choices: pursue an uncontested divorce or pursue a more traditional divorce. Both will help you separate from your spouse and distribute your assets but uncontested divorces can be a better fit for many couples. So how can you tell if an uncontested divorce will… Read more

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