Virginia Fairfax Divorce Willful-desertion Cohabitation Consent Desert Intent Lawyers Attorneys


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Va. Code Ann. ยง 20-91(A)(6) authorizes a divorce from the bond of matrimony on the grounds of willful desertion and cruelty. Willful desertion occurs when one spouse breaks off marital cohabitation with the intent to remain apart permanently, without the consent and against the will of the other spouse. The fact the spouses remain under the same roof does not preclude a finding of willful desertion. Once separation and intent to desert have been established, the desertion is presumed to continue until the contrary is shown.

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