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CAV: Failure to advise of child’s first communion date didn’t merit contempt (access required)

The trial court erred in holding a father in contempt for failing to notify the mother of their child of the date of their son’s first communion. Background Father and Mother, who separated in 2008, are subject to a final ...

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Due Process Provided for Code Violation Claims (access required)

The Court of Appeals affirms a circuit court decision upholding findings of the Fairfax County Department of Code Compliance, which had issued notice to appellants for seven violations of the Uniform Statewide Building Code at their Annandale, Virginia property; the ...

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Expert Said Husband Was Underemployed (access required)

A vocational expert testified that husband was voluntarily underemployed and could earn $240,000 annually; the VE’s testimony, husband’s past earnings and his rejection of a job transfer or severance package supported the trial court’s denial of a support modification, says ...

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Court Failed to Consider Child’s ‘Best Interests’ (access required)

A trial court erred in incorporating into a final order the parents’ earlier agreement allowing visitation to the father, from whose custody the minor child was removed and who was convicted of second-degree assault, without considering the best interests of ...

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Husband’s Stock Sale Treated as Deferred Comp (access required)

In wife’s appeal of a trial court’s classification and distribution of the $12 million sale proceeds of ZipList, a mobile application for grocery lists developed by husband, the Court of Appeals finds no error in the circuit court’s treatment of ...

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