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Providing accurate and objective information to help make the right decisions during a divorce in West Virginia, this guide provides answers to more than 350 queries such as How quickly can one get a divorce? Is it possible to get divorced if one spouse does t want a divorce? What does it mean for West Virginia to be a community property state? Who decides who gets the cars, the pets, and the house? What factors might influence child custody? and How are bills divided and paid during the divorce? Structured in a question-and-answer format, this divorce handbook provides clear and concise responses to help build confidence and give the peace of mind needed to meet the challenges of a divorce proceeding.
Lyne Ranson is a family law practitioner and the chair of both the West Virginia State Bar Family Law Committee and the Kanawha County Bench-Bar Family Law Committee. She is a former circuit court judge and served by special appointment on cases with the West Virginia Supreme Court. She is the chair of the ABA Family Law Section Marital Property Committee and speaks at national, statewide, and local conference on family law topics. Brittany Ranson Stonestreet is a family law practitioner at Lyne Ranson Law Offices, PLLC and a vice chair of the Child Support Committee for the Family Law Section of the American Bar Association. She is the editor of The Family Times, a statewide family law e-newsletter, and the creator and webmaster of a website for West Virginia family law practitioners and judges. They live in Charleston, West Virginia.