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Factors Virginia Courts Must Consider In Alimony Award

Posted by attorney Rixon Rafter
Filed under: Alimony

In Virginia, the court must take into account a number of factors in an award of alimony follows below:

20-107.1. Court may decree as to maintenance and support of spouses.

A. Pursuant to any proceeding arising under subsection L of § 16.1-241 or upon the entry of a decree providing

(i) for the dissolution of a marriage,

(ii) for a divorce, whether from the bond of matrimony or from bed and board, (iii) that neither party is entitled to a divorce, or

(iv) for separate maintenance, the court may make such further decree as it shall deem expedient concerning the maintenance and support of the spouses. However, the court shall have no authority to decree maintenance and support payable by the estate of a deceased spouse.

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