Uncontested Divorce In Virginia Quick Affordable Fast Fairfax County Northern Va
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An uncontested divorce in Virginia requires two things: (1) that you and your spouse agree to get divorced, and (2) that you and your spouse have worked out all issues regarding the divorce. If you and your spouse cannot agree on spousal support, child support, child custody, division of property, or any other issue related to your planned divorce, then the divorce cannot be called “uncontested,” and you will need to resolve the disputed issue(s) in court. In a nutshell, an uncontested divorce in Virginia involves no unresolved issues.
If all potential disputes are resolved between the parties, then you may qualify for one of two types of uncontested divorces in Virginia. The two types of uncontested divorces in Virginia are known as a “6-month” divorce and a “1-year” divorce.
To qualify for a 6-month divorce in Virginia, you and your spouse must have lived separate and apart for at least 6 months, and during that period you must have intended to remain separate and apart forever. Additionally, to qualify for a 6-month divorce, you and your spouse must have entered into a written Property Settlement Agreement (“PSA”) detailing your agreement as to who will get what property after the divorce. You cannot qualify for a 6-month divorce in Virginia if, you and your spouse have minor children (under 18 years old).
Even if you do not qualify for a 6-month uncontested divorce in Virginia, you may still qualify for a 1-year uncontested divorce in Virginia. This type of uncontested divorce in Virginia allows a spouse to seek an uncontested divorce even if you have minor children or if you do not have a PSA.
Unlike a 6-month divorce, before you can file for a 1-year uncontested divorce in Virginia, you and your spouse must have lived continuously separate and apart for one year with the intention of living separate and apart forever.
Please contact us at Uncontested Divorce In Virginia, Inc. if you wish to file for an uncontested divorce in Virginia. We have client meeting locations in Fairfax County, Prince William County, Loudoun County, Fredericksburg, Richmond, Virginia Beach, Lynchburg County & Charlottesville, VA.
THE FOLLOWING ARE SOME OF THE VIRGINIA DIVORCE LAWS:
A. A divorce from the bond of matrimony may be decreed:
(1) For adultery; or for sodomy or buggery committed outside the marriage;
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- VA DIVORCE LAWS § 20-94. EFFECT OF COHABITATION AFTER KNOWLEDGE OF ADULTERY, SODOMY OR BUGGERY; LAPSE OF FIVE YEARS.
When the suit is for divorce for adultery, sodomy, or buggery, the divorce shall not be granted, if it appear that the parties voluntarily cohabited after the knowledge of the fact of adultery, sodomy or buggery, or that it occurred more than five years before the institution of the suit, or that it was committed by the procurement or connivance of the party alleging such act. Click on above link to read more.