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Tag Archives: Family Law

Romantic restrictions provisions void (access required)

Married couple with child

A Virginia circuit court has ruled that provisions in a property settlement agreement, or PSA, which regulated introduction of the parties’ romantic partners to their child were unconstitutionally vague, void as against public policy and unenforceable. Judge David Bernhard of ...

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Adoption was in child’s best interests (access required)

The record supports the trial court’s approval of  the adoption appellant’s child by the child’s maternal great-grandmother. Best interests Appellant Rorrer, the child’s biological father, was incarcerated on June 19, 2019, to serve a four-year sentence for distributing a controlled ...

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