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Tag Archives: Family Law

Tortious interference with parent rights case dismissed

Where appellant alleged that appellees tortiously interfered with his parental rights involving the parties’ minor child, the trial court correctly sustained appellees’ demurrer. Background Appellant Qiu and his wife married in 1995. When they separated, their daughter, M.Q., was eight ...

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Evidence warranted child protective order

There was sufficient evidence to support the circuit court’s protective order against the grandparents of a child in their custody and the court’s determination that the child was abused or neglected. Analysis “[T]he grandparents argue that the circuit court erred ...

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Mother correctly awarded sole custody

Where mother was awarded sole custody of the parties’ children, appellant father’s assignments of error lack merit. JDR court “Father argues that the JDR court judge was biased and did not comply with the Canons of Judicial Conduct. The Court ...

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Romantic restrictions provisions void

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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