Those considering getting a divorce in Virginia should know that there are two options available: a divorce from bed and board and a divorce from bond of matrimony. A divorce from bed and bond allows the couple to separate, but not to remarry and to go ahead with their marriage if the situation improves. If, after a year's time, the couple wants to divorce fully, they can file for a divorce from bond of matrimony. A divorce from bond of matrimony can be filled without a divorce from bed and bond.
Beyond the BasicsHowever, there is much more to filing for a divorce than just knowing the two types of divorce Virginia law allows. As Virginia Beach divorce attorneys, we know that the divorce process can be long and full of confusing legal jargon. We believe that it is our job not only to give you stellar legal assistance, but also to help you better understand the divorce process.
At the Virginia Beach divorce law firm of Tavss Fletcher we want you to fully understand the way divorce works in Virginia. We want to ensure that your interests—and the best interests of your children—are protected as well as possible.
If you are ready to file for divorce in Virginia or just want to learn what your options are, call 757.625.1214 to speak with a Virginia Beach divorce attorney with the compassion and experience to help you through this often trying process. The consultation is free; the advice, priceless.