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Separation/Property Settlement Agreement Cases In Fairfax – Virginia Lawyers

Separation/Property Settlement Agreement Cases In Fairfax Virginia

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Property Settlement Agreement Virginia Law Fairfax
Property Settlement Agreement Virginia Law Fairfax

FAIRFAX VIRGINIA LAWYERS – PROPERTY SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT STATUTE

Va. Code Ann. § 20-155

§ 20-155. Marital agreements

Married persons may enter into agreements with each other for the purpose of settling the rights and obligations of either or both of them, to the same extent, with the same effect, and subject to the same conditions, as provided in §§ 20-147 through 20-154 for agreements between prospective spouses, except that such marital agreements shall become effective immediately upon their execution. If the terms of such agreement are (i) contained in a court order endorsed by counsel or the parties or (ii) recorded and transcribed by a court reporter and affirmed by the parties on the record personally, the agreement is not required to be in writing and is considered to be executed. A reconciliation of the parties after the signing of a separation or property settlement agreement shall abrogate such agreement unless otherwise expressly set forth in the agreement.

FAIRFAX VIRGINIA LAWYERS – MARITAL AGREEMENT STATUTE

Virginia Statute

Marital/Separation Agreements

Va. Code Ann. § 20-155 Marital/Separation agreements Married persons may enter into agreements with each other for the purpose of settling the rights and obligations of either or both of them, to the same extent, with the same effect, and subject to the same conditions, as provided in §§ 20-147 through 20-154 for agreements between prospective spouses, except that such marital agreements shall become effective immediately upon their execution.
Va. Code Ann. § 20-155Marital/Separation agreements The agreement is not required to be in writing and is considered to be executed if the terms of such agreement are

  1. Contained in a court order endorsed by counsel or the parties or
  2. Recorded and transcribed by a court reporter and affirmed by the parties on the record personally
Va. Code Ann. § 20-155Marital/Separation agreements

 

A reconciliation of the parties after the signing of a separation or property settlement agreement shall abrogate such agreement unless otherwise expressly set forth in the agreement.

Separation/Property Settlement Agreement Cases In Fairfax Virginia

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Fairfax Court House Detail:

Fairfax Circuit Court

4110 Chain Bridge Road,
Fairfax, VA 22030

Fairfax County General District Court

4110 Chain Bridge Road,
Fairfax, VA 22030

Fairfax County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court

4110 Chain Bridge Road,
Fairfax, VA 22030-4020

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