How do I file a no fault divorce in Virginia?
To get a no-fault divorce in Virginia, you and your spouse must live apart from one another without interruption (no periods of living together) for at least one year. If you have no minor children and you enter into a valid separation agreement, you will only have to live apart for six months.
Does Virginia have no fault divorce?
Virginia law allows for divorce based on both fault-based and no-fault grounds. The fault-based grounds include desertion (actual or constructive), adultery, desertion (actual or constructive), and felony conviction and confinement in excess of one year.
Can you sue for alienation of affection in Virginia?
Though you cannot sue for alienation of affection in Virginia, other options may be open to you. You may be able to sue in federal court and apply the law from another state that allows alienation of affection or intentional infliction of emotional distress if the third party lives such a state.