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Wife's affair prompts distress claim (access required)

A Northampton County man may go forward with his emotional distress claim against a psychologist who originally provided marriage counseling to the man and his wife, but who later, during solo counseling with the wife, began an affair with and ...

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Exemptions can't be transferred (access required)

Separate property was not the only issue decided in Dietz v. Dietz (VLW 093-7-604). The appeals court also ruled, on a first-impression issue, that divorce judges do not have the authority to award an income tax exemption from one spouse ...

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Summary judgment posponed (access required)

HOT SPRINGS–The Virginia State Bar Council has postponed deciding whether it will support rule changes allowing augmented summary judgment motions through the use of supporting depositions and affidavits. Although the issue has been controversial, VSB President R. Edwin Burnette Jr. ...

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Random review tabled (access required)

HOT SPRINGS – The Virginia State Bar Council has sent random review of lawyer trust accounts back to the drawing board. At its meeting Oct. 14 and 15 at the Homestead, the council deferred voting on a proposal to establish ...

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Feds can be garnished (access required)

Beginning next February, a Virginia collections attorney will have a longer reach when trying to collect from a federal employee. Earlier this month, President Clinton signed into law a bill lifting federal employees’ protection from state law garnishment actions. The ...

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