Divorce Fairfax Virginia Lawyer Evidence Constructive Desertion Misconduct


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Divorce Fairfax Virginia Lawyer Evidence Constructive Desertion Misconduct

Trial court did not abuse its discretion in finding that an award of spousal support to a wife was not warranted, because, inter alia, the evidence was sufficient to prove her misconduct constituted desertion and constructive desertion under Va. Code Ann. § 20-107.1(E), and her assault on the husband after they had separated could be considered.

Divorce Fairfax Virginia Lawyer Evidence Constructive Desertion Misconduct
Divorce Fairfax Virginia Lawyer

 

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