Charles R. Hofheimer’s Guides

Charles R. Hofheimer

Virginia Beach Divorce / Separation Lawyer.

Contributor Level 10
  1. Getting Your Finances in Order Before Your Virginia Divorce is Finalized

    Written by attorney Charles Hofheimer, almost 2 years ago.

    When you're getting divorced in Virginia, money matters are at the top of the list of things that need to be addressed. Your Virginia Beach divorce attorney can help you with some of the financial aspects of the process, but you also will need to cooperate and take some specific...

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  2. What to Do When a Friend Picks Sides in a Divorce

    Written by attorney Charles Hofheimer, about 2 years ago.

    Are you getting divorced in Virginia? The legal aspects of your case are only one part of the equation; dealing with the reactions of family and friends can be a big part of coping after divorce. While you were married, you and your spouse were part of a social circle that inclu...

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  3. Getting a Divorce, Marriage and Your Weight

    Written by attorney Charles Hofheimer, about 2 years ago.

    Every milestone in life brings with it significant changes. If you're getting a divorce, it can affect some unexpected areas of your life, like your weight and overall health. Having a Virginia Beach divorce attorney on your side can help reduce some of the stress and enable you ...

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  4. Divorce Statistics: Fear of Divorce Affects View of Marriage

    Written by attorney Charles Hofheimer, about 2 years ago.

    Divorce statistics show that some young people maybe be reluctant to marry because of their fears of divorce. If you're getting divorced in Virginia, you should contact a divorce attorney to help you sort through legal, personal, and financial issues. Marriage isn't something t...

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  5. Could a Long Commute Lead to Divorce?

    Written by attorney Charles Hofheimer, about 2 years ago.

    Reading divorce statistics these days can be daunting. There's no such thing as a perfect relationship; nearly every marriage has some factors that could increase the chance of divorce. By learning about and understanding these risk factors, couples can better understand their m...

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  6. An Attorney's Guide To Divorce Etiquette

    Written by attorney Charles Hofheimer, about 2 years ago.

    Most of us know someone who is going through (or has recently gone through) a divorce. Life after divorce is much easier when friends and family know the best ways to address the delicate topic. Following basic divorce etiquette provided by a Virginia divorce attorney can help ma...

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  7. Divorce Attorney Explains What Not To Do During Your Divorce Case

    Written by attorney Charles Hofheimer, about 2 years ago.

    Divorce is a major life event and should be handled with wisdom and forethought. Having the guidance of a Virginia Beach divorce attorney can help you know what to do during your divorce case, as well as what not to do. As with anything in life, divorce can be made more difficul...

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  8. Getting a Divorce Without Your Spouse's Consent

    Written by attorney Charles Hofheimer, about 2 years ago.

    Ending a marriage is emotionally difficult, but it can also be challenging in many practical ways. If you're considering divorce in Virginia, you should become familiar with Virginia family law and the divorce process. A couple usually decides to divorce when their marriage h...

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  9. WHO SHOULD FILE FIRST?

    Written by attorney Charles Hofheimer, over 4 years ago.

    Encourage Clients to file Divorce First. - First Bite of the Apple ! I always encourage my clients to file first if they want temporary (Pendente Lite) support, custody, exclusive possession of the

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  10. Can We be Separated While Living in the Same House ?

    Written by attorney Charles Hofheimer, over 4 years ago.

    While the Virginia Courts have become more tolerant by permitting divorces where couples live separate and apart in the same home, not all Judges permit such divorces.There is a risk that your divorce will not be granted by some Virginia Judges.Here are some Guidelines for living...

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