No-Fault Divorce: Removing the Corroborating Witness Requirement in Virginia? In the 2021 legislative session, Arlington Delegate Patrick Hope once again sponsored a bill (HB No. 1911) that would remove the corroboration requirement in no-fault divorces. This antiquated statute requires that
MDMB partner Jennifer Bradley traveled to Richmond this morning to lobby the Virginia Senate’s Committee on the Judiciary in support of HB 1530, which will eliminate the necessity of corroboration for no-fault divorces. The Committee voted 7-6 in favor of
Amazon headlined the news in recent years, in particular for its decision to move its headquarters to Arlington, Virginia. More recently, however, due to its founder Jeff Bezos concluding his divorce with his now ex-wife in July 2019. The couple
For many couples, the marital home is the most valuable asset within their estate. So what happens to this property if they divorce or separate? The parties may be in a position where they can agree for one of them
MDMB Partner Jennifer Bradley met with the Awesome Women Entrepreneurs (AWE) on Wednesday, February 15 at SER Restaurant in Ballston. The group heard from representatives of the Ballston Business Improvement District about the growth and future plans of the Ballston
MDMB congratulates its associate, Chris Pascal, on his one-year anniversary with the firm. Here’s to many more!