Divorce Fairfax Virginia Lawyer Desertion Evidence Improper Reconciliation


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Grant of a divorce on the ground of desertion to a former husband was improper because there was no evidence showing that he at any time offered to become reconciled with his wife or that there were any facts which excused him for not having done so.

Divorce Fairfax Virginia Lawyer
Divorce Fairfax Virginia Lawyer

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