Tag Archives: Judge Richard Y. AtLee Jr.

Closing costs from house sale not defined as joint debt (access required)

Where the parties’ agreements did not designate how closing costs from the sale of marital assets should be treated, the court did not err in allocating closing costs. Background Prior to marriage, the parties entered into a premarital agreement. Among ...

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CAV: News article on prior trial not testimonial; admissible (access required)

At a defendant’s probation revocation hearing, the circuit court properly admitted information about the defendant’s most recent convictions as reported in a news article read by the prosecutor. The article was written to inform the public, not in anticipation of ...

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CAV: State worker had notice of benefit forfeiture (access required)

The Virginia Retirement System correctly held that a public employee forfeited credited service under the Workforce Transition Act when he resumed employment with the Commonwealth in a covered position. Background In 2009, after about 25 years of employment, Appellant Sundersingh ...

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