Virginia Divorce Prince William County Louisa Fairfax Richmond Beach Loudoun Lynchburg Fredericksburg
CATHERINE ANN COLLEY v. DAVID LEONARD COLLEY
Supreme Court of Virginia
The wife brought suit for divorce. The bills alleged that the wife resided in Prince William County, that the husband presently resided in Louisa County, and that the parties last cohabited in Prince William County and were the owners of real property in that County. The husband filed an answer admitting the allegations of the wife’s bill in those respects, but denied other allegations and prayed that a divorce be granted to him. The trial court ruled that the parties last cohabited as man and wife in Louisa County, that the husband was a resident of Louisa County, and that jurisdiction did not lie in Prince William County. It dismissed the wife’s application for divorce.
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