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Domestic Relations – Divorce – Fraud – Wife’s Residence (access required)

A Charlottesville Circuit Court says a husband cannot overturn a 2005 divorce decree in 2008 with husband’s after-discovered evidence alleging wife committed fraud on the court when she claimed to be living in Charlottesville in 2000, when in fact venue was proper in Hanover County, where the parties last cohabited. Husband seeks to set aside the ...

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