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Domestic Relations – Adultery – ‘Negative Nonmonetary Factor’

A husband’s adultery had a negative nonmonetary impact on a couple’s marriage where wife refused to use the couple’s million-dollar Corolla beach house after discovering it was the site of husband’s many liaisons, and a Loudoun County Circuit Court grants wife a divorce and gives husband the beach house and its million-dollar mortgage.
Johnson v. Johnson (Loudoun County Cir.Ct. ) (VLW 009-8-015) (10 pp.)

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