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Domestic Relations – Joint Legal Custody – Daycare Provider Choice (access required)

Husband allegedly choosing his girlfriend’s daughter as an after-school daycare provider, and then switching to a friend of the daughter, is not a basis for mom to complain about the provider, says a Loudoun County Circuit Court; there is no ...

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P.i. plaintiffs post win on nonsuit issue  (access required)

The latest battle over nonsuit rights may be heating up across Virginia. A new circuit court case clearly rejects a controversial decision last summer that dismissed a p.i. suit because it was refiled with an increased ad damnum. Last August, ...

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Wills & Trusts – Trustee Replacement – Individual Capacity (access required)

In this suit against defendant as an executor of an estate and a trustee of a trust established by the testator in June 2007, a Loudoun County Circuit Court grants defendants’ demurrers to most counts of plaintiffs’ complaint, but will ...

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Civil Procedure – Discovery – General Objections (access required)

A Loudoun County Circuit Court grants defendant contractor’s motion to compel discovery responses from plaintiff asphalt company, which has only filed general objections to the discovery requests. I agree with defendant’s argument that the general objections of plaintiff to the ...

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