The Good, the Bad & the Ugly: Technology in Custody Battles

Often when parents become involved in custody disputes over their minor children, both parties and their attorney’s use any legal means available to help prove their case and/or assist the parties in … [Read more...]

Consider the Gifts during the Holiday Season and their Impact on Equitable Distribution in Virginia

If you have made the very difficult decision that your marriage is ending and you’re ready to divorce your spouse, chances are you have questions about what property is yours and what property is your … [Read more...]

Virginia Family Law: Vacation and Custody

  With winter vacations right around the corner, now is a good time to consider your current custody and visitation arrangement and any implications it may have for your travel … [Read more...]

Time to Revisit De-Criminalizing Adultery in Virginia?

When the General Assembly convened for session on January 11th, 2017, numerous bills were put forward regarding all manner of laws. For anyone considering a divorce on adultery grounds, one bill, … [Read more...]

Winslow & McCurry recognized by Expertise as a 2016 top divorce law firm in Richmond, Virginia

Winslow & McCurry, PLLC is proud to announce that it has been included in's 2016 "21 Best Divorce Lawyers in Richmond".  The staff of reviewed 208 firms in the Richmond … [Read more...]

Chesterfield’s New Safe Zone for Visitation Exchanges

When parents are embroiled in contested custody and visitation litigation, the location of pick ups and drop offs for visitation with the minor children can often become a major source of conflict for … [Read more...]

Final Decrees in Virginia: to Merge or not to Merge?

When parties to a divorce are able to come to a resolution regarding their assets, debts, property, and children, lawyers will often draft a Property Settlement Agreement for each party to sign. The … [Read more...]