Working with the Holcomb Law Team

What Wayne, Colleen, and the Holcomb Law Team Can Do For You During Your Case: We understand the disappointment, stress, and frustration that has led you to this point in your life where you are reading a report on divorce, and it seems almost impossible to imagine a future without too much pain and grief.  Maybe at this point you …

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Virginia Divorce: What’s Going to Happen to My Life?

No two divorce cases are the same, but they all tend to involve and revolve around a number of similar issues. What can you expect?  Here are the usual issues divorcing parties must deal with: Child custody and visitation: If you and your spouse have children together, you will need to find a living arrangement that serves your kids’ interests. …

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Family Law Myths

Here are a few myths and concerns that we often hear from our clients or potential clients that are really commonly-held “myths”: MYTH: It’s a bad thing if your lawyer is acquainted with, or somehow associates with “the other side.” TRUTH: A lot of people going through a divorce experience tremendous anger toward their soon to be ex-partner. Those feelings are …

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Vote For HOLCOMB LAW in the 2015 Daily Press Choice Awards

HOLCOMB LAW is a proud participant in the 2015 Daily Press Readers’ Choice Awards! The Choice Awards recognizes local businesses for being the best in their field of expertise. But, you don’t just receive an award – you have to earn it – and that’s where we need your help! From Wednesday, September 2nd, to Sunday, September 20th, people across …

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What Do We Tell the Children?

Tips for Talking to Your Children About Your Divorce Sarah and John tried everything to save their marriage: counseling, vacations, even a trial separation. Yet the fights continued. So, after nights of one or the other sleeping in the guest room, after days of crying, talking, and soul searching, the couple realized that divorce was their last, best option. Although …

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The Question Must be Why NOT Try Mediation?

In any legal dispute, to include divorces, Mediation is an option you can use to minimize your costs in terms of legal fees, to maintain more control over what happens to you, and to more likely get to a more satisfactory result. In a divorce, for example, a lot is at stake: all your property and your children–and your life …

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What is a Thrift Savings Plan, and Who Owns It Now?

The Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) is a retirement plan for Federal employees and uniformed service members similar to a civilian “401(k)” plan. Why does it matter if I have a TSP account? During your divorce, your TSP matters because the Court may divide it during an equitable distribution hearing.  An equitable distribution hearing is when the Court determines how the …