When a complicated legal situation arises, one issue people struggle with is figuring out when to get off the internet and seek professional legal advice. Unfortunately, there is no set rules for seeking legal advice, since no case is the same. Of course, if you're in a situation that requires the professional judgment of an attorney, it's generally a good idea to seek legal advice. But because the law can be complex and confusing to civilians, below are a few general guidelines when it comes to seeking legal advice.
Shelly James, our appellate attorney has prevailed before the Virginia Court of Appeals in a case that guarantees the right of Virginia foster care families to seek custody in Juvenile and Domestic Relations District court and Circuit Courts in the Commonwealth. See the article below, published in Virginia Lawyers' Weekly in its November 20, 2017 edition: Ex-foster parents can seek custody
John Elledge & Assoc PC announces that after nearly 12 years in its conveniently-located offices at 2 South Main Street, Suite B in downtown Harrisonburg, we've simply outgrown our space. So... beginning November 1, we'll be operating out of newly-renovated offices at Two South Main, 2d Floor. We'll be just as convenient to all the courts in Harrisonburg as we ever were, and we'll be able to serve our clients better with three conference rooms and spacious, well laid-out offices, including a dedicated suite for our Immigration department.
Going through a divorce can be a difficult time. However, you're not alone. According to researchers, between 40 to 50% of all first marriages and up to 60% of second marriages in the U.S. are estimated to end in divorce.