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Divorce & Custody And Support Of Minor Children In Alexandria  – Virginia Lawyers

Divorce & Custody And Support Of Minor Children In Alexandria Virginia

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§ 20-107.2. Court may decree as to custody and support of minor children.

Upon 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 custody or visitation and support of the minor children of the parties as provided in Chapter 6.1 (§ 20-124.1 et seq.) of Title 20, including an order that either party or both parties provide health care coverage or cash medical support, or both.

Virginia Statute Description Conditions
Virginia Code § 20-107.2 In certain circumstances upon entry of a decree, the court may make such further decree as it shall deem expedient concerning the custody or visitation and support of the minor children of the parties including an order that either party or both parties provide health care coverage or cash medical support, or both. Upon entry of a decree providing for the following:

  • for the dissolution of a marriage,
  • for a divorce, whether from the bond of matrimony or from bed and board,
  • that neither party is entitled to a divorce, or
  • for separate maintenance, the court may make such further decree as it shall deem expedient concerning the custody or visitation and support of the minor children of the parties as provided in Chapter 6.1 (§ 20-124.1 et seq.) of Title 20, including an order that either party or both parties provide health care coverage or cash medical support, or both

Divorce & Custody And Support Of Minor Children In Alexandria Virginia.

We will do our absolute best to help you get the best result possible based on the facts of your case.

Article written by A Sris
Sris Law Group
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