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What is a “legal” separation?


In the Commonwealth of Virginia, parties are considered “separated” for the purpose of triggering waiting periods for an uncontested divorce when they have stopped living together as husband and wife, and at least one party had the intention that the separation be permanent.


An outstanding job on my case to have custody, visitation and support decided in my home state instead of Virginia after I separated from military service.- A.E.