When a couple splits and begins to live separately, the fate of any assets needs to be understood as the process moves forward. The property division process can entail much more than simply dividing up assets in an equitable manner especially since what is understood as equitable may be up for dispute. Virginia couples may be better prepared for this part of a divorce if they have a basic understanding of how property division works and what kind of property will be divided.
Not paying child support has serious consequences. For example, in Virginia a driver's license can be suspended for non-payment of child support. For parents with jobs, suspension of a driver's license can make the struggle to pay child support even greater as that parent's employment may be at risk due to license suspension. This very conundrum has caused one state to take action to help those who have lost a license due to non-payment of support.