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Tag Archives: Judge Richard Y. AtLee Jr.

‘Unconscionable’: Last-minute prenup unenforceable (access required)

A prenuptial agreement signed the day before a couple’s wedding was unenforceable because the groom failed to disclose $10 million in assets, the Court of Appeals of Virginia has ruled. The groom argued that the lack of disclosure didn’t matter, ...

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Premarital agreement was unconscionable (access required)

Where the parties’ premarital agreement recited there had been full disclosure of their assets, when, in fact, the disclosure documents were left blank, husband cannot enforce the agreement because it is unconscionable. Husband’s undisclosed assets were more than $10 million ...

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Evidence supports wounding and stabbing convictions (access required)

Where appellant alleges there is insufficient evidence that he stabbed the victim, surveillance videos, and testimony from the victim and a police officer belie the claim. Video evidence “[T]here was sufficient evidence from which a rational factfinder could have determined ...

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Insufficient briefing dooms appeal of denied benefits (access required)

Where appellant argues the Virginia Employment Commission wrongful denied him unemployment benefits after erroneously concluding that he was discharged for misconduct, the merits of most of his 30 assignments of error cannot be reached either because he has not adequately ...

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