These are the most frequently asked questions we have been asked by clients and the general public. Feel free to contact us should you need further assistance:


  1.  Am I eligible for a Virginia Divorce
  2.  My spouse and I are still living in the same house, but in separate rooms. Are  we considered    “separated” for divorce purposes?
  3.  I am in the military and deployed overseas or stationed outside of Virginia. Do I still qualify for a Virginia divorce?
  4.   How long will my case take to complete?
  5.   Do I need a witness to get divorced?
  6.   Do I have to have a written agreement to get divorced?
  7.   What is a “Waiver”?
  8.   Why are your fees so low?
  9.   What is included in your fee?
  10. Why don’t I have to go to court, when other lawyers tell me a court hearing is required?
  11. What is a “telephone deposition”?
  12. Do I need my spouse’s consent to obtain an uncontested divorce?
  13. Can I email you a question?
  14. Is there a difference between a “Property Settlement Agreement” and a “Separation Agreement”?
  15. What are some of the reasons I need a Separation Agreement?
  16. If my spouse and I would like to enter into an agreement settling issues of child custody, child or spousal support, and/or division of property, can we do so at any time and do you provide such a service?
  17. What does it mean to “incorporate” a separation agreement into a divorce?
  18. Do I have to incorporate my agreement into the divorce?
  19. Does the Court require I present any documents to get divorced?
  20. Do you offer a free initial consultation?
  21. My spouse is in jail. Can I still get a divorce?
  22. I’m in jail. Can I still get a divorce?
  23. Why should I choose Salvado Law over an online document preparation service or over handling my own divorce?
  24. Will my divorce be considered valid outside the United States?
  25. What is the best way to get started on my uncontested divorce and what is the process with your firm?