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Spear v. Omary (P)

The juvenile and domestic relations district court had jurisdiction to modify an award of child support where the plaintiff had earlier withdrawn an appeal from the JDR court to the circuit court. 176 more words


Guan v. Ran (P)

The court lacks jurisdiction to review an injunction that is not effective due to the movant’s failure to post a bond.

Here, the order granting a temporary injunction is part of a complex litigation involving the parties’ divorce and the effect of an amended property settlement agreement on the ownership rights and management responsibilities for their company. 179 more words


Owusu-Boakye v. Barr

Because of evidence that the plaintiff’s spouse had previously entered into a sham marriage for the purpose of evading U.S. immigration law, the Board of Immigration Appeals properly denied the plaintiff’s petition to grant his spouse a visa. 238 more words


Hyat v. Hina

The court lacks jurisdiction to enter a child custody order in this divorce action. A prior order from the Fairfax Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court determined child custody within six months after the child left the Commonwealth. 139 more words


Wallington v. Wallington

In this divorce case, the couple was legally married despite initial circumstances of bigamy.

Although the parties’ marriage initially was void due to the wife’s prior marriage, applicable Texas law breaths life into a void marriage under certain conditions. 82 more words


B.B. v. T.B.

In this divorce case, the plaintiff has no valid Fifth Amendment privilege against self-incrimination as to any acts of adultery that occurred more than one year ago. 151 more words


Marsh v. Curran

A plaintiff has sufficiently alleged intentional infliction of emotional distress arising from surreptitious recordings of his private conversations, which he claims were made by his ex-wife and her family and lawyers for use in their divorce proceedings. 119 more words