Income and Expenses
The court is to consider the obligations, needs and financial resources of the parties, including, but not limited to income from all pension, profit sharing or retirement plans of whatever nature.
Standard of Living
The court is to consider the standard of living established during the marriage.
Length of Marriage
The court is to consider the duration of the marriage.
The court is to consider the age, physical and mental condition of the parties and any special circumstances of the family.
The extent to which the age, physical or mental condition or special circumstances of any child of the parties would make it appropriate that the party not seek employment outside the home.
The contributions, both monetary and non-monetary that each made to the well-being of the family.
The property interests of the parties, both real and personal, tangible and intangible
Equitable Distribution Provisions
The provisions made with regard to marital property under Virginia Code Section 20-107.3 (Equitable Distribution Statute).
The earning capacity, including the skills, education and training of the parties and the present employment opportunities for persons possessing such earning capacity.
The opportunity for, ability of and time and costs involved for a party to acquire appropriate education, training and employment and skills to enhance his/her earning capacity.
Decisions regarding employment, career, economic, education and parenting arrangements made by the parties during the marriage and their effect on future earning potential.
Contributions For Other
The extent to which either party contributed to the attainment of education, training, career, position or profession of the other party.
Such other factors, including tax consequences.