You need to hire a local DUI attorney asap. Drug DUI cases get very complex and you will not be able to get a successful result on your own. Take your prescriptions and results of your blood test with you when you meet with an attorney. Good luck.
Because there is no client attorney relationship formed, there is no confidentiality as to anything posted on this forum. If you have legal issues you want to remain confidential you need to retain an attorney as soon as possible.
Virginia is not a community property state. However, the answer to your question depends on where you and your spouse reside when you divorce.
If that state is Virginia, most likely your husband will not be entitled to any of that money.
I strongly encourage you to speak with an attorney prior to separating to ensure your rights are preserved.
A will is an estate planning tool that sets out how you want assets to be distributed upon your death.
Estate planning can involve the use of wills, trusts, insurance policies, titling of assets. Estate planning is much more in depth and complicated but should ensure you have the best methods to transfer your property for your situation.
If he was convicted, it cannot be expunged. Convictions in Virginia cannot be expunged as a general matter.
It may still be worth meeting individually with an attorney to ensure there is no way you can reduce the impact on your sons future.
Are you looking for criminal or civil action? Either way you do not provide enough facts, and should not provide any further facts in this forum, for a complete answer to be given. If you ate interested in pursuing your rights you should contact an attorney as soon as possible as some claims have time limits on them.